Winter Closure

The Robert Limbert Visitor Center will be closed until January 26, 2024. While the park is still open 24 hours, the Loop Road is closed to vehicles for the reason and open to hiking and biking only. Most trails remain open, but snow and ice may create hazardous conditions at any time. Pets are welcome […]

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Winter Closure

Loop Road Plowing!

The snow plowing of the Loop Road is currently underway! Please be advised that the road is closed to EVERYONE at this time as heavy machinery try to remove snow. Please check the National Parks website for updates! Stay safe :)

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Loop Road Plowing!

Donate to Idaho Gives

Join us during the week of May 1-4 to donate to Idaho’s Nonprofit. The Craters of the Moon Natural History Association will use your donation for interpretive, educational, and scientific activities at Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve. Come and celebrate the 100th anniversary of Craters of the Moon in 2024.

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Donate to Idaho Gives

Spring is on its way!

block lava lichen snow

Things are warming up at Craters of the Moon and the snow is melting away. As such the Loop Road will no longer be groomed this winter season and the snowshoe trail stakes have been pulled. This doesn’t mean you can not come out and explore, visitors can still walk the Loop Road and come […]

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Spring is on its way!

Loop Road Open

lava rock with frost

The snow has melted off, making the Loop Road accessible to motor vehicles again. Please be careful as there is still currently low visibitlity and the trails are slick. As always check road conditions and be safe!

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Loop Road Open