• View from the Canyon Rim Trail. Photo by Jeff Kochevar

    Colorado

    National Monument Colorado

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  • Visitor Center is OPEN 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Daily

    Alcove Nature Trail CLOSED for reconstruction until further notice.

Donate

Your donations make a real difference in directly helping the parks!

Donations may be made by check or money order payable to Colorado National Monument Association. Send to:

Colorado National Monument Association
Colorado National Monument
Fruita, CO 81521


You can donate to Colorado National Monument in a variety of ways:

  • give a general cash donation
  • make a gift to honor or remember someone or a special event
  • request donations in lieu of gifts
  • support a specific park fund or program
  • make a bequest
  • leave a legacy
  • leave a gift of property

Many park programs and projects can use a financial boost, including youth programs, education, transportation for school groups coming to the park, visitor services and safety, as well as projects that protect natural and cultural resources. Your donation can go towards a specify cause, project, or program. For example, if you would like to support our Junior Ranger Summer Explorer Day Camp program or if you know someone who has been involved in a search and rescue (SAR), donations can be made to directly support either of those programs.

Let us know your particular interest and we can describe related programs that could benefit from your help. Click this e-mail us link or call 970-858-3617 x363.

To donate directly to the monument, please send a check or money order payable to National Park Service. Send to:

Superintendent
Colorado National Monument
Fruita, CO 81521

If you are making a donation in someone's honor, please include the name and address of that person and they will receive an acknowledgement note.

The wildlife, ecosystems, staff, and visitors of Colorado National Monument appreciate your support!

Did You Know?

view at Colorado National Monument

Colorado National Monument is located near the northeast corner of the Colorado Plateau, an arid semi-desert region located between the Rocky Mountains and the Great Basin of Nevada. The average elevation of the entire Colorado Plateau is over 5,000 feet! More...