- Park Facilities have been winterized and all water turned off except for the open restrooms. Please come prepared.
- Restrooms are available in the Day Use area and the east side of the green building located past the entrance of the park on the right.
- Camping, with electric hookups only, is available on a first come, first serve basis from November 1 until reservation season begins, March 11, 2021.
- Cabins are available year-round by reservation only.
- The Oregon Trail History and Education Center is open for the winter, Tuesday through Saturday 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Closed Sunday, Monday and holidays.
- A maximum of six people can be in the building at any time.
- The theater is open with the same hours and limitations.
- The main exhibit is closed until further notice because of concerns about the hands-on nature of the experience and COVID-19.
- New rates for camping, cabins and Motor Vehicle Entrance Fees will begin December 10, 2020. Future reservations may be made beginning December 10,2020. All new fees will include tax.
Location: 72 miles E of Boise, ID | 211 miles W of Idaho Falls, ID | 270 miles NW of Salt Lake City, UT
- Auto Touring/Scenic Routes
- Charcoal Grills
- Dump station
- Fire Rings
- Firewood Sales
- Flush toilets
- Group Picnic Shelter
- Indoor Restrooms
- Indoor Showers
- Picnic Areas
- Water - Drinking
- Water Fountains
- RV Campsites
- Tent Campsites
Trail Types: Hike, bike
ADA Accessibility features:
- ADA Cabin
- ADA Campsite
- ADA Restroom
Coordinates: 42.9447, -115.3181
Groups: Shelters for large groups, conference room
Overnight: 82 serviced campsites (1 ADA), 8 cabins (2 ADA)
Nearby: Airport, golfing, winery, municipal pool, boat launch and scenic byway/overlook info
Rent or Buy: Purchase souvenirs, gifts, drinks, ice and ice cream at the Oregon Trail History and Education Center.
Learn: The Oregon Trail History and Education Center is open year-round for a self-guided tour. School and group tours may be scheduled by calling the park.
Visitor Center: Yes
Museum Available: Yes