Dinosaur National Monument

Dinosaur National Monument

Who's Who at the Park

Support Your Park

There are many ways to provide support for your park. Purchases at the bookstore operated by the cooperating association, Intermountain Natural History Association, help fund educational programs and ranger programs in the park. Becoming a volunteer is a rewarding experience and a way to see your efforts in action. From the warm thank you of a visitor to the excitement of watching a fossil emerge from the rock that has housed it for millions of years, volunteers contribute more then time to help the park. To find out more about supporting Dinosaur National Monument click on the links at the top of the page.


A wide range of books, maps, trail guides and other items is available from the bookstore, which is operated by the Intermountain Natural History Association. The association is a cooperating partner with the Monument. The bookstore includes books on the many facets of Dinosaur National Monument, including fossils, paleontology, desert ecology, Native American rock art, river-running and wildlife. Shop on-line at inhaweb.com.


Each year volunteers donate hundreds of hours to help at Dinosaur National Monument. There are many opportunities for people to volunteer at the monument, from greeting visitors to mending fences.

To volunteer at Dinosaur National Monument please submit a resume with a cover letter for the program you would like to participate or apply through volunteer.gov/gov. Mail resume to Dinosaur National Monument, Volunteer Coordinator, PO Box 128, Jensen, UT 84035.