*** Effective Stage 4 of Open Up Idaho, Canyon County Parks camping and restrooms are open. The Visitor Center and Crossroads Museum at Celebration Park are open with some restrictions to capacities in order to adhere to social distancing protocols for the safety of staff and visitors. Due to the small nature of the Visitor Center, we will limit the number of people to up to 5 people or one family group at a time. The Crossroads Museum will be limited to up to 15 people or 3 family groups at a time while social distancing. CLICK HERE for additional details.***
Canyon Crossroads is a transportation museum that supports professional researchers and faculty. It will produce permanent and traveling exhibits, daily interpretive programs, scholastic field trips, university course work, special presentations, seminars and conferences. All of this will be made available to Idaho’s citizens and visitors. The function of Canyon Crossroads is to promote the preservation of transportation related cultural resources of the region thus preserving the historic integrity of the area. The academic nature of this project assures the highest potential for yielding archaeological and historic data that will propel the preservation of our history, culture and important sites, relics and structures.
The Canyon County Crossroads Transportation Museum is located at Celebration Park, and opened in January 2017. Check back often on our website for more information on current exhibits and events.
Celebration Park is open 24 hours per day, 7 hours per week. The Canyon Crossroads Museum is available to visitors upon request from 10 am to 2 pm daily. Please check in at the visitor center (on the east side of our main parking lot) to request a showing if the museum is locked when you arrive. If you are visiting with a group, please contact Programs Manager Juli McCoy (firstname.lastname@example.org) to schedule a museum tour in advance of your visit, or call 208-455-6022.
Day use: $2 per vehicle
Camping: $5 per night (3 day limit)
Season Pass: $15, Seniors: $5
Directions from Boise
Heading west on I-84 take the Meridian/Kuna exit. Turn left onto S Meridian Rd. Continue onto E Avalon. Turn left onto Swan Falls Rd. Turn right onto Victory Ln. Continue onto Warren Spur Rd. Turn left onto Sinker Rd. Turn left at Historic Guffey Railroad Bridge.
Driving Directions (From Boise)
Directions from Nampa/Caldwell
Follow ID-45 S/12th Ave Rd. Turn left onto Ferry Rd. Turn right onto Hill Rd. Turn right onto Sinker Rd. Turn left at Historic Guffey Railroad Bridge.
Driving Directions (From Nampa)
Celebration Park Map
Petroglyph Trail Map
Historic Guffey Railroad Bridge Map