• Mount Rushmore, Washington, Jefferson, T. Roosevelt, Lincoln framed by ponderosa pine trees under a bright blue sky.

    Mount Rushmore

    National Memorial South Dakota

Support Your Park

Donations:

Your tax-deductable gift furthers important work at Mount Rushmore National Memorial. Private donations help preserve the various natural and cultural resources, maintain trails, and provide brochures and interpretive programs each year. Donations may be dedicated to enhancing specific activities, such as visitor services, educational programs, maintenance, research, or scientific study. These can be made by check or money order, payable to:

National Park Service
Park Superintendent
Mount Rushmore National Memorial
13000 Hwy 244 Bldg 31 Suite 1
Keystone, SD 57751

 

Mount Rushmore National Memorial Society

Incorporated in 1930, the Mount Rushmore National Memorial Society is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to preserving, educating and celebrating the sculpture and all that it represents while enhancing the visitor experience.

Goals of the Society include building a legacy of stewardship of Mount Rushmore through private philanthropy, volunteer leadership, creation and sale of educational products, and public outreach through partnership with the National Park Service. more...The Mount Rushmore History Association has supported education at Mount Rushmore National Memorial since 1993. As a committee of the Mount Rushmore National Memorial Society, our mission is to support and assist the National Park Service with educational, historical and interpretive activities at Mount Rushmore National Memorial. We raise funds for these activities through our membership program, through our three bookstores at the memorial and through our website.

Did You Know?

Did You Know?

Mountain Goats are not native to the Black Hills. The population can be traced back to six goats, a gift to Custer State Park by Canada in 1924, that escaped from their pens and found their home among the granite peaks of the Black Hills. There are now approximately 200 mountain goats in the area.