• Sentinal and Eagle Rocks

    Scotts Bluff

    National Monument Nebraska

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  • Monument Marathon Lane Closure September 27

    The morning of Saturday, September 27, the east bound lane of Old Oregon Trail will be closed from 8AM until 1PM. The park is open normal hours of 8AM -5PM. To access the park please use the west bound lane. For more info http://www.monumentmarathon.com/ More »

Support Your Park

Justin Cawiezel & Volunteer

A ranger and a volunteer working together on Monument clean-up day.

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Supporting Scotts Bluff National Monument can be as simple as picking up a single piece of trash during your stay, or assisting park staff in yearlong environmental monitoring projects. Groups, associations, volunteers and everyday park visitors all have the potential to contribute in some way to the protection of this national treasure.

Volunteer

There are many ways you can volunteer at the park. Our volunteers assist visitors as shuttle drivers, living history characters, and ambassadors to the local community. Click the link to learn about more volunteer opportunities for you or your group.

Donate

Donations can be made directly to the park in person or by mail.

To make donations directly to the park make checks out to National Park Service (NPS)

Please mail checks to:

NPS
PO Box 27
Gering, NE 69341

Supporting Organization

Since 1956, the Oregon Trail Museum Association (OTMA) is a non-profit organization which operates the bookstore at Scotts Bluff National Monument. Each year the Association donates a major portion of their profits to the monument, which assists in interpreting the human and natural history of this area to visitors.

You can join our supporting organization, The Oregon Trail Museum Association, for a donation of $10 and then $5 to renew every year after. Members receive a 15% discount on all bookstore purchases. Click the link to learn more about The Oregon Trail Museum Association.

Did You Know?

Historic photo of construction on one of the vehicular tunnels on the summit road at Scotts Bluff National Monument

The CCC (Civilian Conservation Corps) built nearly every structure at the Scotts Bluff National Monument in the 1930's - the summit road, Saddle Rock Trail, the visitor center, the maintenance barn, and a residence now used for administration. More...