Modestly sized MKVIS packs a punch with astronomy and space-exploration videos and posters galore, and information about the mountain's history, ecology and geology. Budding scientists of all ages revel in the gift …
Sells inexpensive trail maps and provides basic information on trail conditions. You can call for real-time mountain weather reports.
Less than a mile beyond the entrance, this visitor center is the place to pick up brochures, a trail map and a map of the stars for stargazing. You can also buy a nature book, get camping permits and find informatio…
Advance state park camping permits are required. Nonresident fees are $18 per campsite for up to six people ($3 for each additional person), $50 per A-frame shelter and $80 to $90 per cabin.
This package tour discounter has good deals and departures from several US mainland points.
To secure a legal campsite you must apply at least six months in advance.
Arranges travel geared for gay and lesbian travelers.