Western National Parks Association is a nonprofit organization assisting the the National Park Service. Known as a "cooperating association," WNPA'S goals include enhancing visitors' understanding and appreciation of public lands by providing a selection of quality, educational materials for sale in many visitor centers. Headquartered in Tucson, Arizona, the association was founded in 1938 as the Southwest Monuments Association to support the interpretive activities of the National Park Service.
Our bookstore features an array of fun and exciting materials for all ages and interests, such as military history, women's history, Native American history, nature, memiors and much more!
To learn more, shop online or become a member, visit www.wnpa.org. Staff are also available by phone during normal business hours at (505)425-8025.
Did You Know?
Freemasons were among the first to advocate for the preservation of Fort Union, the site where two Masonic lodges had been founded. On January 23, 1929, the members of Chapman Lodge No. 2 at Las Vegas (one of the lodges which had its origins at Fort Union in 1862) selected a committee to "have Fort Union declared a national monument."