Minidoka Internment Dog Policy
Minidoka National Historic Site is Somewhat Dog Friendly
Minidoka National Historic Site preserves the grim history of some of the prison camps that Japanese Americans were forced into during World War II. The site includes a walking trail, an honor roll that honors Japanese Americans who served the United States Armed Forces during World War II, as well as some of the barracks, mess hall, and baseball fields that remain from the camp.
Minidoka National Historic Site is somewhat dog friendly. Dogs are allowed at outdoor areas and on the trail while on a leash no longer than 6'. Dogs are not allowed inside buildings.
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