Looking for how to get involved at Great Basin National Park?
Groups like the Great Basin Heritage Area Partnership, Southern Nevada Grotto, and the Great Basin Foundation help the park preserve its resources and raises money for important projects, like the new park observatory. For more information on these organizations, visit our Partners page.
If you wish to help Great Basin National Park fund its projects and operations, you can make a donation directly to the park by following the instructions on our Donate page. Your contribution supports resource management, education, visitor programs, and visitor protection throughout Great Basin National Park. 100% of your donation goes directly to the park.
Volunteers are an important part of the park staff, donating thousands of hours to National Park Service sites around the country and helping us with our daily goals and operations. For more information on volunteer positions and applications, go to our Volunteer page.
Work With Us
Learn more about seasonal positions on our Work With Us page or look for job openings on USAjobs.gov. Summer seasonal positions will be posted in December, so keep an eye out.
Do Business With Us
If you are interested in conducting business or special activities within Great Basin National Park, such as providing commercial visitor services, commercial filming and photography, non-profit organization activities, special events, or research, you must apply for and obtain a permit or authorization. Learn more about the kind of permit you may need on our Do Business With Us page. You can also contact the Special Use Coordinator by email or phone at (775) 234-7511.
The planning process at Great Basin National Park is guided by laws, regulations, policies, guidelines, and park-specific plans. Learn more on our Park Planning page.
Looking for more?
You can purchase items from the park's bookstore, run by the Western National Parks Association, and a percentage of those proceeds is returned to the park through education and preservation projects.
You can also practice Leave No Trace principles while in the park to help preserve the landscape for future generations.
Last updated: July 24, 2018