Minidoka Internment National Monument

As the 385th unit of the National Park System, Minidoka Internment National Monument was newly authorized on January 17, 2001, and does not have any visitor facilities or services available.

The National Park Service began a three-year public planning process in the fall of 2002 to develop a General Management Plan (GMP) and Environmental Impact Statement (EIS). The General Management Plan sets forth the basic management philosophy for the Monument and provides the strategies for addressing issues and achieving identified management objectives that will guide management of the site for the next 15 - 20 years.

Please contact park headquarters (208) 837-4793 before you visit the area.

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