City of Rocks National Reserve
P.O. Box 169
Almo, ID 83312-0169
Scenic granite spires and sculptured rock formations dominate this landscape. Remnants of the California Trail are still visible in the area. Recreational opportunities include rock climbing and camping. LIMITED FACILITIES.
Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve
P.O. Box 29
Arco, ID 83213-0029
Twisted, splattered lava, steep-sided cinder cones, tubelike caves, and lava flows 2,100 years old produce an amazing landscape. Administered cooperatively by the National Park Service and the Bureau of Land Management.
Hagerman Fossil Beds National Monument
221 North State Street
P.O. Box 570
Hagerman, ID 83332-0570
Extraordinary fossils from the Pliocene Epoch, 3.5 million years ago, are covered in sediment from the Snake River Plain. The Hagerman Horse Quarry, a National Natural Landmark, and more than 200 fossilized plant and animal species are here. LIMITED FEDERAL FACILITIES.
Minidoka Internment National Monument
221 N. State Street
P.O. Box 570
Hagerman, ID 83332
The history and cultural resources associated with the relocation and internment of Japanese Americans during World War II are interpreted at this site. UNDER DEVELOPMENT.
Nez Perce National Historical Park
36063 U.S. Highway 95
Spalding, ID 83540-9715
The park's 38 sites, spreading across Idaho, Washington, and Montana, commemorate the Nez Perce. Six sites are owned and managed by the National Park Service at Spalding, Canoe Camp, Buffalo Eddy, East Kamiah, White Bird Battlefield, and Big Hole National Battlefield
Yellowstone National Park
P.O. Box 168
Yellowstone National Park, WY 82190-0168
Old Faithful and some 10,000 other thermal features make this the Earth's greatest geyser area. Here, too, are lakes, waterfalls, high mountain meadows, wildlife, and the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone--all set apart in 1872 as the world's first national park.