Devils Postpile Closes for Winter Season | KCET
Devils Postpile Closes for Winter Season
One of California's smallest, yet beautiful national park units has closed its doors, ending its centennial season. Each year, depending on the snowfall, Devils Postpile National Monument shuts down in late October -- Halloween day at the latest. The park reopens in the spring or early summer as the snow melts and roads are safe to drive again.
If you've never been to the monument, watch this brief video introduction KCET made this summer.
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