Your Dollars At Work
Mesa Verde National Park is a participant in the congressionally authorized Federal Lands Recreation Enhancement Act. The program authorizes participating parks to keep 80% of the entrance fees collected. These funds are used for backlogged maintenance needs, repair projects, interpretation and education, signage, and natural and historical resource preservation. The remaining 20% is distributed to parks that are not part of the program but have similar needs, and other service-wide initiatives.
•Your Dollars At Work, 2014 (pdf, 1,250 kb)
Did You Know?
Approximately 600 of the over 4700 archeological sites found in Mesa Verde National Park are cliff dwellings. Other sites include mesa top pueblos, farming terraces, towers, reservoirs, and check dams.