Devils Postpile National Monument

Devils Postpile National Monument

Visitor Services

Bookstore

During the summer months, the Monument's Ranger Station features a bookstore, operated by our non-profit partner, the Sequoia Natural History Association (SNHA).

When the Ranger Station is open during the summer season, visitors can purchase maps, guides, books, and other materials related to the Postpile and Sierra Nevada. Purchases must be made by cash or check (U.S. dollars).

If visitors would like to purchase items when the Ranger Station is closed, or during the off-season when heavy winter snows block access to the Monument, they can contact SNHA directly. For more information, please visit SNHA's website, or call them at (559) 565-3759, Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm (Pacific Time).

Lodging

There are no lodging facilities within the Monument.

Nearby in the community of Mammoth Lakes, however, visitors can find a wide assortment of motels, hotels, and condominium rentals.

For more information about available accomodations, please visit the Town of Mammoth Lakes Visitors Bureau website or call 1-888-GO-MAMMOTH.

Where To Eat

There are no restaurants or concession-operated facilities within the Monument.

The only eating establishment within Reds Meadow Valley can be found at Reds Meadow Resort at the Mule House Cafe. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served throughout the summer. Reservations are recommended for dinner.

In addition to the cafe, there is also a small general store that sells an assortment of grocery items and camping supplies.

For more information, please contact the Resort at (760) 934-2345 or visit their website at www.redsmeadow.com