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National Parks in the West

There’s always more to discover in our national parks. Since Yellowstone became a park in 1872, the list of National Park Service units has grown to more than 400.

Here are the park service units in California, along with Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Washington and Wyoming. To see parks outside California and the West, go to www.nps.gov.

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California

Alcatraz Island, access using Alcatraz Cruises at Pier 33, Embarcadero, San Francisco; (415) 561-4900 or (415) 981-7625 (tickets), www.nps.gov/alca and www.alcatrazcruises.com/

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Cabrillo National Monument, 1800 Cabrillo Memorial Drive (also known as Catalina Boulevard), San Diego; (619) 557-5450

California National Historic Trail, National Trails Intermountain Region. To see the seven trails and routes, most in Northern California: www.lat.ms/califtrail. Mailing address for info: 324 S. State St., Suite 200, Salt Lake City, 84111; (801) 741-1012, Ext. 119. Trails also in Colorado, Idaho, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, Oregon, Utah and Wyoming.

Castle Mountains National Monument, 2701 Barstow Road, Barstow. (760) 252-6100 (Mojave). Closest visitor center: Kelso Depot Visitor Center, 90942 Kelso-Cima Road, Kelso.

César E. Chávez National Monument, 29700 Woodford-Tehachapi Road, Keene; (661) 823-6134

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Channel Islands National Park, visitor center at 1901 Spinnaker Drive, Ventura; (805) 658-5730

Death Valley National Park, (760) 786-3200. Furnace Creek Visitor Center is off California 190 in the Furnace Creek Resort, about 30 miles from Death Valley Junction and 24 miles from Stovepipe Wells Village.

Devils Postpile National Monument, Devils Postpile Access Road, Mammoth Lakes; (760) 934-2289. Open mid-June to mid-October.

Eugene O’Neill National Historic Site, 205 Railroad Ave., Danville; (925) 838-0249. Visitors cannot drive to the site, and reservations are required for the free shuttle from downtown Danville.

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Ft. Point National Historic Site, under the South Tower of the Golden Gate Bridge at the end of Marine Drive on the Presidio, San Francisco; (415) 556-1693

Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Ft. Mason, B201, San Francisco; (415) 561-4700. Includes Crissy Field, Ocean Beach, Sweeney Ridge, Rancho Corral de Tierra, Marin Headlands, Phleger Estate, Ft. Funston, Alcatraz and the Presidio.

John Muir National Historic Site, 4202 Alhambra Ave., Martinez; (925) 228-8860

Joshua Tree National Park, Joshua Tree Visitor Center (west entrance), south of the junction of California 62 and Park Boulevard in the Joshua Tree Village, Joshua Tree; (760) 367-5500

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Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail, 4202 Alhambra Ave., Martinez (trail is in California and Arizona); (415) 623-2343

Lassen Volcanic National Park, Kohm Yah-mah-nee Visitor Center (southwest entrance), 21820 Lassen Peak Highway; (530) 595-4480

Lava Beds National Monument, Visitor Center (south end), 1 Indian Well (near Cave Loop Road), Tulelake; (530) 667-8113

Manzanar National Historic Site, 5001 U.S. 395, Independence; (760) 878-2194 Ext. 3310

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Mojave National Preserve, Kelso Depot Visitor Center, 90942 Kelso Cima Road, Kelso; (760) 252-6100

Muir Woods National Monument, 1 Muir Woods Road, Mill Valley; (415) 388-2595

Old Spanish National Historic Trail (also in Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico and Utah.) See New Mexico.

Pinnacles National Park, West Visitor Center, 5000 California 146, Paicines; (831) 389-4485

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Point Reyes National Seashore, Bear Valley Visitor Center, 1 Bear Valley Road, Point Reyes Station; (415) 464-5100, Ext. 2; camping reservations: (877) 444-6777

Pony Express National Historic Trail (trail also in Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, Utah and Wyoming), B.F. Hastings Building, 1000 Second St. near the Pony Express statue, 2nd and J streets, Sacramento. (Managed by the National Trails Intermountain Region, 324 S. State St., Suite 200, Salt Lake City, UT 84111; (801) 741-1012, Ext. 119 and (916) 440-4263.

Port Chicago Naval Magazine National Memorial, c/o John Muir National Historic Site, 4202 Alhambra Ave., Martinez; (925) 228-8860 (Ext. 6520 for reservations). Reservations two weeks in advance are required. (Open only to U.S. citizens..You cannot drive to the site. A shuttle takes visitors from the John Muir National Historic Site.)

Presidio of San Francisco, visitor center at 210 Lincoln Blvd., San Francisco; (415) 561-4323.

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Redwood National and State Parks, Crescent City Info Center, 1111 2nd St., Crescent City; (707) 465-7335

Rosie the Riveter/World War II Home Front National Historical Park, Visitor Education Center in the historic Ford Building complex, 1414 Harbour Way S., Suite 3000, Richmond; (510) 232-5050, Ext. 0.

San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park, 900 Beach St. plus historic ships at Hyde Street Pier, San Francisco; (415) 447-5000 (visitor center) and (415) 561-7100 (Maritime Museum). Includes two museums, one in the visitor center at 499 Jefferson St. and one in the Maritime Museum in the Aquatic Park Bathhouse Building

Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, Interagency Visitor Center, 26876 Mulholland Drive, Calabasas; (805) 370-2301.

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Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, Foothills Visitor Center, 47050 Generals Highway, Three Rivers; (559) 565-3341

Tule Lake Unit of World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument, Tulelake Fairgrounds Museum, 800 Main St., Tulelake; (530) 260-0537

Whiskeytown National Recreation Area, 11412 Kennedy Memorial Drive (at California 299), Whiskeytown; (530) 242-3400 and (530) 246-1225 (visitor center)

Yosemite National Park, (209) 372-0200. Five main entrances: Wawona Road (off Highway 41), El Portal Road (off Highway 140), Big Oak Flat (off Highway 120), Tioga Pass (from the opposite direction on Highway 120) and Hetch Hetchy (by way of Evergreen and Hetch Hetchy Roads), Yosemite National Park.

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Arizona

Canyon de Chelly National Monument, three miles east of Highway 191, P.O. Box 588, Chinle; (928) 674-5500

Casa Grande Ruins National Monument, 1100 W. Ruins Drive, Coolidge; (520) 723-3172

Chiricahua National Monument, 12856 E. Rhyolite Creek Road, Willcox (headquarters for mail); (520) 824-3560. Visitor center is two miles inside the park.

Coronado National Memorial, 4101 E. Montezuma Canyon Road, Hereford; (520) 366-5515

Ft. Bowie National Historic Site, 3500 S. Apache Pass Road, Bowie; P.O. Box 158, Bowie; (520) 847-2500. (Hike half a mile into the park.)

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Glen Canyon National Recreation Area (in Arizona and Utah), 691 Scenic View Road, Page; (928) 608-6200

Grand Canyon National Park, 20 South Entrance Road, Grand Canyon; (928) 638-7888

Hohokam Pima National Monument, Gila River Indian Reservation, Coolidge; www.lat.ms/hohokam. The site is not open to the public, the park service notes, to preserve and protect it. But artifacts from Snaketown can be viewed at the Arizona State Museum in Tucson.

Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site, half a mile west of Highway 191/264, Ganado; (928) 755-3475

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Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail, in Arizona and California. See California.

Lake Mead National Recreation Area, in Arizona and Nevada. See Nevada.

Montezuma Castle National Monument, Montezuma Castle Road, Camp Verde; (928) 567-3322, Ext. 221

Navajo National Monument, northwest of U.S. Highway 160 at the end of State Highway 564, north of Shonto and west of Black Mesa; (928) 672-2700

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Old Spanish National Historic Trail. See New Mexico.

Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, 10 Organ Pipe Drive, Ajo; (520) 387-6849, Ext. 7302

Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument, 345 E. Riverside Drive, St. George; (435) 688-3200. Note that this monument is very isolated.

Petrified Forest National Park, 1 Park Road, Petrified Forest; (928) 524-6228

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Pipe Spring National Monument, 406 Pipe Springs Road, Fredonia; (928) 643-7105

Saguaro National Park, 2700 N. Kinney Road, Tucson; (520) 733-5153.

Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument, 6082 Sunset Crater Road, Flagstaff,; (928) 526-0502

Tonto National Monument, 26260 N. Arizona Highway 188, Lot 2, Roosevelt; (928) 467-2241

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Tumacácori National Historical Park, 1895 E. Frontage Road, Tumacácori; (520) 377-5060

Tuzigoot National Monument, 25 Tuzigoot Road, Clarkdale; (928) 634-5564

Walnut Canyon National Monument, 3 Walnut Canyon Road, Flagstaff; (928) 526-3367

Wupatki National Monument, 25137 N. Sunset Crater-Wupatki Loop Road, Flagstaff; (928) 679-2365

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Colorado

Bent’s Old Fort National Historic Site, 35110 Colorado 194 E., La Junta; (719) 383-5010

Black Canyon of the Gunnison, 10346 Colorado 347, Montrose; (970) 641-2337, Ext. 205 (Curecanti Visitors Center)

California National Historic Trail. See California.

Colorado National Monument, 1750 Rim Rock Drive, Fruita; (970) 858-3617, Ext. 360

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Curecanti National Recreation Area, 102 Elk Creek, Gunnison; (970) 641-2337, Ext. 205

Dinosaur National Monument, in Colorado and Utah. See Utah.

Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument, 15807 Teller County Road 1, Florissant; (719) 748-3253

Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve, 11999 Colorado 150, Mosca (visitor center); (719) 378-6395

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Hovenweep National Monument, just north and west of Cortez, along the border between southeast Utah and southwest Colorado; (970) 562-4282

Mesa Verde National Park, Mile .7 Headquarters Loop Road, Mesa Verde National Park; (970) 529-4465

Old Spanish National Historic Trail. See California.

Pony Express National Historic Trail. See California.

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Rocky Mountain National Park, Beaver Meadows Visitor Center, 1000 U.S. Highway 36, Estes Park; (970) 586-1206

Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site, 55411 County Road W., Chivington; (719) 438-5916

Santa Fe National Historic Trail, in Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, New Mexico and Oklahoma. See New Mexico.

Yucca House National Monument, about eight miles south of Cortez off Colorado 491. Physical address: Off County Road 20.5, Cortez; (970) 529-4465 (Mesa Verde National Park)

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Idaho

California National Historic Trail; see California.

City of Rocks National Reserve and Castle Rock State Park, 3035 S. Idaho 77 Spur, Almo; (208) 824 5901

Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve, Visitors Center, 1266 Craters Loop Road, Arco; (208) 527-1300

Hagerman Fossil Beds National Monument, visitor center at 221 N. State St., Hagerman; (208) 933-4105

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Ice Age Floods National Geologic Trail, in Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana. See Oregon.

Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail spans Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota and Washington. See Washington.

Minidoka National Historic Site, temporary visitor center at Hagerman Fossil Beds National Monument , 221 N. State Str., Hagerman, Minidoka relocation camps were in Jerome, Idaho, and Bainbridge Island, Wash.; (208) 933-4105

Nez Perce National Historical Park, Spalding Visitor Center, 39063 U.S. 95, Lapwai (11 miles east of Lewiston); (208) 843-7001 and (208) 843-7009 (visitor center)

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Oregon National Historic Trail, in Idaho, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oregon, Washington and Wyoming. See Oregon.

Yellowstone National Park, in Idaho, Montana and Wyoming. See Wyoming.

Montana

Big Hole National Battlefield, 16425 Highway 43 W., Wisdom; (406) 689-3155

Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area, Yellowtail Dam Visitor Center (north). Drive through the town of Fort Smith and follow signs to the fee station; the north visitor center is in Montana (Fort Smith) and the south visitor center is in Wyoming (Lovell); (307) 548-5406

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Ft. Union Trading Post National Historic Site, Bourgeois House Visitor Center on North Dakota 1804 about 1.5 miles west of North Dakota 58, about 24 miles north of Sidney, Mont.; (701) 572-9083

Glacier National Park, Apgar Visitor Center is two miles east of the west entrance; Logan Pass Visitor Center is about a two-hour drive from Apgar; (406) 888-7800

Grant-Kohrs Ranch National Historic Site, Main Street at the north end of Deer Lodge; (406) 846-2070, Ext. 250

Ice Age Floods National Geologic Trail. See Oregon

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Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail. See Washington.

Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, 756 Battlefield Tour Road, Crow Agency; (406) 638-2621

Nez Perce National Historical Park. See Idaho

Yellowstone National Park. See Wyoming.

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Nevada

California National Historic Trail. See California.

Death Valley National Park. See California

Great Basin National Park, 5500 W. Nevada Highway 488 (five miles west of Baker); (775) 234-7331

Lake Mead National Recreation Area (in Arizona and Nevada), 601 Nevada Way, Boulder City; (702) 293-8990

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Old Spanish National Historic Trail. See California.

Pony Express National Historic Trail. See California.

Tule Springs Fossil Beds National Monument, 22,650-acre fossil monument that stretches from Aliante in North Las Vegas to Creech Air Force Base. Visitors park on nearby public roads because the new monument has no visitor parking or facilities yet; (702) 293-8853

New Mexico

Aztec Ruins National Monument, visitor center at 725 Ruins Road, Aztec; (505) 334-6174

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Bandelier National Monument, 15 Entrance Road, Los Alamos; main visitor center is in the Frijoles Canyon area, (505) 672-3861

Capulin Volcano National Monument, visitor center at 44 Volcano Road, Capulin; (575) 278-2201

Carlsbad Caverns National Park, visitor center at 727 Carlsbad Caverns Highway (27 miles from Carlsbad); (575) 785-2232

Chaco Culture National Historical Park, 1808 CR 7950 (three miles southeast of Nageezi) in northwestern New Mexico; (505) 786-7014

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El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro National Historic Trail and Palace of the Governors, New Mexico History Museum, 105 W. Palace Ave., Santa Fe; (505) 476-5100 (palace) and (505) 988-6098

El Malpais National Monument, 1900 E. Santa Fe Ave., Grants; (505) 876-2783.

El Morro National Monument, visitor center on New Mexico 53, Ramah; (505) 783-4226

Ft. Union National Monument, visitor center at 3115 New Mexico 161, Watrous; (505) 425-8025

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Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument and Gila National Forest, Gila Visitor Center, off New Mexico 15, 43 miles from Silver City; (575) 536-9461 and (575) 388-8201

Manhattan Project National Historical Park. In New Mexico, Washington and Tennessee. See Washington.

Old Spanish National Historic Trail. See California

Pecos National Historical Park, E.E. Fogelson Visitor Center, 1 Peach Drive (off New Mexico 63), Pecos; (505) 757-7241

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Petroglyph National Monument, visitor center on Unser Boulevard Northwest at Western Trail, Albuquerque; (505) 899-0205

Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument, 102 S. Ripley St, Mountainair; (505) 847-2585

Santa Fe National Historic Trail, Kit Carson Museum, Philmont Scout Ranch, 11.1 miles south of Cimarron on New Mexico 21; Ft. Union National Monument and Palace of Governors (El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro) and many other sites are found in New Mexico, along with Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, New Mexico, Oklahoma; (505) 988-6098

Valles Caldera National Preserve, visitor center at 39201 New Mexico 4, Jemez Springs; (575) 829-4100

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White Sands National Monument, visitor center at 19955 U.S. 70 W. (15 miles west of Alamogordo); (575) 479-6124

Oregon

California National Historic Trail. See California.

Crater Lake National Park, Steel Visitor Center at Park Headquarters, four miles north of Oregon 62 and three miles south of Rim Village in the Crater Lake area; (541) 594-3000 or (888) 774-2728 (reservations for lodging, camping and boat tours)

Ft. Vancouver National Historic Site. In Oregon and Washington. See Washington.

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Ice Age Floods National Geologic Trail, Multnomah Falls, Exit 31 off Interstate 84, Cascade Lock. (Also in Washington, Idaho and Montana.) (509) 754-7800 and (541) 308-1700

John Day Fossil Beds, Thomas Condon Paleontology Center, 32651 Oregon 19, Kimberly; (541) 987-2333

Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail. See Washington.

Lewis and Clark National Historical Park, Ft. Clatsop Visitor Center, 92343 Ft. Clatsop Road, Astoria (also in Washington); (503) 861-2471

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Nez Perce National Historical Park. See Idaho.

Oregon National Historic Trail, Oregon Trail Interpretive Center (also in Idaho, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Washington and Wyoming), 22267 Oregon 8, Baker City; (541) 523-1843

Oregon Caves National Monument and Preserve, visitor center at 21000 Caves Highway (Oregon 46), Cave Junction; (541) 592-2100

Texas

Alibates Flint Quarries National Monument, visitor center on Cas Johnson Road off Texas 136, about seven miles south of Fritch; (806) 857-6680 and (806) 857-3151

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Amistad National Recreation Area, 9685 U.S. 90, Del Rio; (830) 775-7491

Big Bend National Park, Panther Junction Visitor Center (one of five visitor centers) at park headquarters, off Texas 118 near the junction with U.S. 385, about 30 miles south of Big Bend’s northern entrance; (432) 477-2251

Big Thicket National Preserve, 6004 Farm-to-Market Road 420 (off U.S. 69), Kountze; (409) 951-6800

Chamizal National Memorial, visitor center at 800 S. San Marcial St., El Paso; (915) 532-7273

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El Camino Real de los Tejas National Historic Trail (in Texas and Louisiana), 1005 Zaragoza St. (near San Agustin Avenue), Laredo; (505) 988-6098

El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro National Historic Trail. See New Mexico.

Ft. Davis National Historic Site, 101 Lt. Flipper Drive, Ft. Davis; (432) 426-3224

Guadalupe Mountains National Park, Pine Springs Visitor Center, 400 Pine Canyon, Salt Flat; (915) 828-3251

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Lake Meredith National Recreation Area, park headquarters 419 E. Broadway, Fritch; (806) 857-3151

Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park, visitor center at 100 Ladybird Lane, Johnson City; (830) 868-7128

Padre Island National Seashore, Malaquite Visitor Center, 20420 Park Road 22, Corpus Christi; (361) 949-8068

Palo Alto Battlefield National Historical Park, 7200 Paredes Line Road, Brownsville; (956) 541-2785

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Rio Grande Wild and Scenic River, 1 Panther Junction, Big Bend National Park; (432) 477-2251

San Antonio Missions National Historical Park, visitor center at Mission San José, 6701 San Jose Drive, San Antonio; (210) 932-1001

Waco Mammoth National Monument, 6220 Steinbeck Bend Drive, Waco; (254) 750-7946

Utah

Arches National Park, visitor center five miles north of Moab on U.S. 191; (435) 719-2299

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Bryce Canyon National Park, visitor center about a mile from the park entrance off Utah 63; (435) 834-5322

California National Historic Trail. See California.

Canyonlands National Park, Island in the Sky Visitor Center (one of three visitor centers) is off Utah 313 (33 miles from Moab); (435) 719-2313

Capitol Reef National Park, 52 West Headquarters Drive (off Utah 24), Torrey; (435) 425-3791

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Cedar Breaks National Monument, Point Supreme Visitor Center, off Utah 148 (about 23 miles east of Cedar City); (435) 586-0787 or (435) 586-9451, Ext. 4420

Dinosaur National Monument (in Colorado and Utah), Quarry Visitor Center, 11625 East 1500 South, Jensen; monument headquarters at 4545 U.S. 40, Dinosaur; (435) 781-7700

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area (also in Arizona.) See Arizona.

Golden Spike National Historic Site, visitor center at 6200 North 22300 West, Promontory Summit; (435) 471-2209, Ext. 29

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Hovenweep National Monument, also in Colorado. See Colorado.

Mormon Pioneer National Historic Trail, in Iowa, Illinois, Nebraska, Utah and Wyoming. See Wyoming.

Natural Bridges National Monument, visitor center at the end of Utah 275 (about 35 miles west of Blanding); (435) 692-1234

Old Spanish National Historic Trail. See New Mexico

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Pony Express National Historic Trail. See California.

Rainbow Bridge National Monument, Forbidding Canyon, Lake Powell; (928) 608-6200

Timpanogos Cave National Monument, visitor center at American Fork Canyon on Utah 92; (801) 756-5238

Zion National Park, Zion Canyon Visitor Center (near the South entrance), 1 Zion Park Blvd., Utah 9, Springdale; (435) 772-3256

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Washington

Ebey’s Landing National Historic Reserve (on Whidbey Island, includes Ft. Ebey, Ft. Casey, and Ebey’s Landing State Parks), 162 Cemetery Road, Coupeville; (360) 678-6084

Ft. Vancouver National Historic Site (in Oregon and Washington), 1501 E. Evergreen Blvd., Vancouver; (360) 816-6230

Ice Age Floods National Geologic Trail. See Oregon.

Klondike Gold Rush National Historic Park - Seattle Unit, visitor center at the Cadillac Hotel Building, 319 Second Ave. S. (at South Jackson Street), Seattle; (206) 220-4240

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Lake Chelan National Recreation Area (adjoins North Cascades National Park), Golden West Visitor Center, near Stehekin Landing in Stehekin (accessible only by passenger ferry, trail or float plane); (360) 854-7200 (North Cascades) or (509) 699-2080, Ext. 14, or (888) 682-4584 (ferry schedule)

Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area, 1008 Crest Drive, Coulee Dam; (509) 754-7800

Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail (in Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota and Washington), Omaha, Neb., headquarters: 601 Riverfront Drive, Omaha; (402) 661-1804

Lewis and Clark National Historical Park (in Oregon and Washington). See Oregon.

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Manhattan Project National Historical Park (in Washington, Los Alamos, N.M., and Oakridge, Tenn.) B-Reactor Museum and Visitor Contact Station, 2000 Logston Blvd., Richland; (509) 376-1647

Minidoka National Historic Site – Bainbridge Island, Bainbridge Exclusion Memorial at 215 Ericksen Ave, N.E., Winslow. Minidoka relocation camps also in Jerome, Idaho, and Bainbridge Island, Wash.; (206) 842-2773

Mt. Rainier National Park, Paradise Jackson Visitor Center, Paradise Road East, Ashford; (360) 569-2211 and (360) 569-6571 (Jackson Visitor Center)

Nez Perce National Historical Park. See Idaho.

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North Cascades National Park, North Cascades Visitor Center, near milepost 120 on the North Cascades Highway (Washington 20) and adjacent to Newhalem Creek Campground, Newhalem; (360) 854-7200 and (206) 386-4495 (North Cascades Visitor Center)

Olympic National Park, visitor center at 3002 Mt. Angeles Road, Port Angeles; (360) 565-3130

Oregon National Historic Trail. See Oregon.

San Juan Island National Historical Park, American Camp Visitor Center, 4668 Cattle Point Road, Friday Harbor; (360) 378-2240, Ext. 2226

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Whitman Mission National Historic Site, 328 Whitman Mission Road, Walla Walla; (509) 522-6360

Wing Luke Museum of the Asian American Experience, 719 S. King St., Seattle; (206) 623-5124

Wyoming

Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area, Cal S. Taggert Bighorn Canyon Visitor Center (South), take U.S. 310 East to Lovell; the visitor center is on the east side of town. The North Visitor Center is in Ft. Smith., Mont., and the South Visitor Center is in Lovell, Wyo.; (307) 548-5406

California National Historic Trail. See California.

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Devils Tower National Monument, visitor center entrance off Wyoming 110, Building 170, Devils Tower; (307) 467-5283

Ft. Laramie National Historic Site, visitor center at 965 Gray Rocks Road, Ft. Laramie; (307) 837-2221

Fossil Butte National Monument, 864 Chicken Creek Road, Kemmerer; (307) 877-4455

Grand Teton National Park, Craig Thomas Discovery and Visitor Center at Moose Junction, 12 miles north of Jackson; (307) 739-3300

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John D Rockefeller Jr. Memorial Parkway links Grand Teton and Yellowstone National parks, Moose.Information station at Flagg Ranch, six miles north of Colter Bay on U.S. 89, 191/287; (307) 739-3300.

Mormon Pioneer National Historic Trail (also in Iowa, Illinois, Nebraska and Utah), National Historic Trails Interpretive Center, 1501 N. Poplar St., Casper; (307) 261-7700

Oregon National Historic Trail (also in Idaho, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oregon and Wyoming), National Historic Trails Interpretive Center, 1501 N. Poplar St., Casper. (307) 261-7700. Also see Oregon

Pony Express National Historic Trail. See California.

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Yellowstone National Park (also in Idaho and Montana), Albright Visitor Center, Mammoth Hot Springs, five miles inside the North Entrance at the northwest corner of the upper loop of the Grand Loop Road, Yellowstone National Park, (307) 344-7381 and (307) 344-2263

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