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Mineral King Ranger Station

Basics
Type:
Other

Description

This small station houses some exhibits on Mineral King's human & natural history. When the station is not open, wilderness permits are available on the porch.

Hours + Fees

Hours:
Call for hours
Season:
Late May - Early September

Details

Additional Details:
Books, maps, & educational items are sold. Bear canisters. Local wilderness permits. Pay phone in nearby campground. First aid.

Map + Directions

Basic Directions
Not on the Generals Highway, but on the Mineral King Road, 24 miles up this narrow, winding road from Highway 198 in Three Rivers (no RVs, buses, or trailers, please). The road closes from October 31 to late May.
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