Visitor Services

Total Funding Needed for Visitor-Services Projects: $1,473,642

What impact did the signing of the Yosemite Grant in 1864 have on the national park movement? Who were the park’s original inhabitants? What animal left those footprints on the trail: bear or mountain lion? We are committed to providing the resources to answer these questions and much more by educating and inspiring visitors through informative and inspirational visitor programs.

Volunteer climbers and climbing rangers provide answers.

Restore native mosses on vandalized boulders.

Improve the entrance to the Tuolumne Grove of Giant Sequoias.

Expand one of Yosemite’s most popular programs.

Underserved youth learn about nature through photography.

Popular arts-and-sciences forum in Tuolumne Meadows.

The first-ever Yosemite film festival.

Upgrade the popular Yosemite Valley stop.

New installations improve Yosemite Theater.

SCA interns help protect historic Yosemite Archive materials.

Underserved youth are introduced to Yosemite.

The on-campus center connects the park with youth in their own communities.

Youth explore National Park Service careers with WildLink Bridge.

A special commemoration of the signing of the Yosemite Grant Act.

Expanding the popular video series.