Partners

Discover Your Northwest Logo

Discover Your Northwest (formerly Northwest Interpretive Association) operates sales outlets at visitor centers throughout the park, offering publications, maps, posters, videos, children's literature, and other informational materials on Mount Rainier National Park and other parks and forests throughout the Pacific Northwest.

See the bookstore for information on purchasing items online or by phone.

 
WNPF logo

Washington's National Park Fund
Every year millions of people visit Washington State's spectacular national parks: Mount Rainier, North Cascades, and Olympic. Since 1993, Washington's National Park Fund has connected people to parks and inspired contributions of time, talent and money. WNPF actively solicits private charitable contributions from individuals, corporations, foundations, and businesses. The Fund helps ensure that visitors have high quality, memorable experiences at these three parks by sponsoring restoration, enhancement, and preservation programs, including educational, trail, and wildlife projects.

Washington's National Park Fund
1904 Third Avenue, Suite 400
Seattle, WA 98101
Tel: 206-623-2063
www.wnpf.org
 
SCA logo

The Student Conservation Association and Mount Rainier National Park have formed a partnership to recruit and coordinate volunteers in support of flood recovery efforts following the storms of November and December 2006.

SCA Northwest
1265 South Main Street, Suite 210
Seattle, WA 98144
Tel. 206-324-4649
Fax. 206-324-4998
www.thesca.org
 
WTA logo

The Washington Trails Association protects hiking trails and wild lands, and promotes hiking as a healthy, fun way to explore the state. WTA has committed a crew of volunteers to help rebuild Mount Rainier's trails this summer.

Washington Trails Association
2109 Third Avenue, Suite 100
Seattle, WA 98121
Tel. 206-625-1367
www.wta.org

 

The Mount Rainier Visitor Association is supported by local businesses. Their website offers a year-round lodging and services guide for the local Mount Rainier area.

VisitRainier.com provides information on activities and businesses both in the park and in our gateway communities.

The Nisqually River Council is a forum that promotes and implements programs that restore, maintain, and enhance the Nisqually River watershed to protect its environmental, economic, and cultural health. The Nisqually River originates inside Mount Rainier National Park and flows through the Nisqually Indian Reservation and Fort Lewis to the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge on Puget Sound southwest of Olympia, Washington.

The Puyallup River Watershed Council is a forum that promotes and implements programs that restore, maintain, and enhance the Puyallup River watershed to protect its environmental, economic, and cultural health. The Puyallup River originates inside Mount Rainier National Park and flows through Puyallup and Tacoma to Puget Sound.

The Chinook Scenic Byway is a non-profit organization of diverse stakeholders composed of citizens and agency representatives that work collaboratively to protect and promote the qualities, amenities, features, recreation, and scenic beauty of the Chinook Scenic Byway, a portion of which passes through the northeast corner of Mount Rainier National Park.

The White Pass Scenic Byway is a non-profit organization of diverse stakeholders composed of citizens and agency representatives that work collaboratively to protect and promote the qualities, amenities, features, recreation, and scenic beauty of the White Pass Scenic Byway located along U.S. Highway 12 south of Mount Rainier National Park.

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