• Camarasus skull in the cliff face, rafters on the Green River, McKee Springs petroglyphs

    Dinosaur

    National Monument CO,UT

Management

Thank you for your interest in the management of Dinosaur National Monument. In this section of our website you will find documents and information related to the management of the monument. See the links below or on the left side of the page for your area of interest. Feel free to contact us if you need additional information or have questions.

 

Our Staff and Offices
This page contains phone numbers for key positions and offices and the address for the monument headquarters.

Park Statistics
On this page, you will find information on important dates in the history of Dinosaur National Monument, geographic facts and links to monument visitation statistics and buget information.

Laws & Policies
On this page you will information and links on the laws and policies related to DInosaur National Monument. This is where you can access the current edition of the Superintendent's Compendium which details regulations specific to Dinosaur National Monument.

Fire Management
This page contains information on the managment of both natural caused and human caused fires.

Natural Resources Management
This page contains links to plans related to the management of Dinosaur's natural resources.

Cultural Resources Management
(Currently under construction) On this page you will find information related to the management of Dinosaur's cultural resources.

Visitor Services and Recreation Management
This page information and plans related to the management of visitor services and various recreational opportunites.

Did You Know?

Photo of paleontologist Earl Douglass.

Paleontologist Earl Douglass first came to Utah looking for mammal fossils. He returned in 1909 and discovered an immense deposit of dinosaur bones, now protected at Dinosaur National Monument. Although made famous by dinosaurs, Douglass died preferring his beloved mammal fossils over dinosaurs.