Thank you for your support! When you visit Pipe Spring National Monument, your generous contribution goes directly toward maintenance of the park. Pipe Spring is a participant in the Interagency Recreational Fee Program. The program authorizes Pipe Spring National Monument to keep up to 80% of the fees collected. These funds have been and will continue to be used for maintenance, repair projects, public service programs, signage, and natural and historical resource preservation, as listed below. The remaining revenue is generally distributed to park that do not collect fees but have similar needs and to fund other service-wide initiatives.
Approved On-Going Projects
Replacement of Winsor Castle windows with historic replica glass.
Livestock care, medical expense and feed
Living History Garden seeds and equipment
Living History Costume materials and props
Improvements and repairs to A/V equipment in museum theater
Wagon preservation project
Stephen T. Mather visitor center exhibit in celebration of the National Park Service Centennial.
Replacement of interpretive audio stations and solar power systems
Ridge Trail maintenance and re-vegetation
Reconstruction of historic grape arbors
Visitor center exhibitory redesign and replacement
Joint NPS/Kaibab Paiute visitor center rehabilitation
Replace curatorial storage facility
Re-catalog museum collection items
Restore native habitat
Replace worn out doors at visitor center
Repair visitor livestock exhibits - corral fencing and gates
Repair Winsor Castle Meeting Room and porch floors
Repaint light colored interior visitor center walls & restain visitor Center exterior wood surfaces