At the White River entrance; dispenses backcountry permits and hiking information.
Check out the exhibits or take part in an interpretive hike.
A walk-through exhibit mixes informative placards about the park's ecosystems with nature videos. Expert rangers will enlighten you on everything from melting glaciers to the fickleness of the weather. Various short…
A short walk up the hill from the boat landing you'll find rangers, wilderness permits, summer naturalist programs, kids' activities, a 10-minute video on the surrounding area and the Golden West Art Gallery.
Come here to pick up permits for backcountry camping and north-side climbs. Note that Carbon River Rd beyond this point is not open to vehicles and is maintained as a foot and mountain-bike trail.
At the park's southeastern corner on Hwy 123. The displays here focus on tree identification and the local old-growth forest. Rangers also offer information on hiking trails.
The best source of information outside the park. Located 6 miles before the Nisqually entrance; has a shop, maps, leaflets and helpful staff.
Ape Cave is open for exploration all year, but this visitor center only runs in summer.
On Twisp's main street; has information on trails and campgrounds in the Okanogan National Forest.
The USFS maintains the Methow Valley Visitors Center on Hwy 20 at the west end of Winthrop.