We're not just in the community, we're part of the community.
Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park is more than a visitor center in Pioneer Square. We're a base of operations for work that is carried on by NPS staff and our partners to connect youth and other new audiences to public lands and our shared histories. Together, we reach and serve more than the 60,000 people who walk into our visitor center each year.
Explore other NPS community programs:
Land and Water Conservation Fund
Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance Program
Japanese American Exclusion Memorial
The Bainbridge Island community was the first to be forcibly removed and the last to return home after WWII. "Let it not happen again."
The Wing Luke Museum
More than a museum, the Wing is an experience. A chance to truly understand what it was-and is-to be Asian American in the Pacific Northwest
Trails & Rails
Seattle based guides travel daily to/from Portland, OR on the Coast Starlight and to/from Havre, MT on the Empire Builder each summer.
In My Backyard
In My Backyard is a student run program dedicated to conservation leadership development and youth outreach housed.
Outdoor Recreation Information Center
Rangers from State Parks, US Forest Service and the National Park Service staff this information desk seven days a week, 10:00am to 6:00pm.
Last updated: September 6, 2019