• Pink flowers blossom in the garden of a white two-room cottage.

    Herbert Hoover

    National Historic Site Iowa

Management

Park Statistics

Find reports on park acreage and visitor use statistics. Read more »

Find the President's annual requests for funding for the National Park Service. Read more »

Laws and Policies

Find sources of national park law and a selection of rules and regulations for Herbert Hoover National Historic Site. Read more »

Doing Business With the Park

Opportunities to do business with Herbert Hoover National Historic Site are posted at FedBizOpps.gov. On that website's seach tool, enter "Iowa" for the place of performance and "National Park Service" for the agency. Search business opportunities at FedBizOpps.gov »

Permits

Special uses of the park and commercial activities require a permit. Find out which activities require permits and how to apply »

Park Planning

Planning documents help guide the management of Herbert Hoover National Historic Site. Read more »

Jobs and Internships

Each year, Herbert Hoover National Historic Site may hire seasonal workers for the summer or winter. Permanent positions become vacant only occasionally. Please read the complete job announcements posted on USAJOBS, the official job site of the U.S. federal government, for details and how to apply. Search jobs in West Branch, Iowa at USAJOBS »

Herbert Hoover National Historic Site may offer conservation internships through the Student Conservation Association (SCA). Find and apply to conservation internships through the SCA »

Economic Benefits

According to a 2010 National Park Service study, visitors that year spent more than $7 million in Herbert Hoover National Historic Site and in communities near the park. That spending supported 119 jobs in the local area. Read the report (PDF file) »

Did You Know?

Black and white photo of Herbert Hoover fly-fishing in a river.

Herbert Hoover was an avid fisherman. He'd often don a jacket, tie, and hat along with his waders and gear while fly-fishing. "All men are equal before fish," he wrote. More...