Our Impact

The Shenandoah National Park Trust touches every aspect of the park we all enjoy. We help protect what you love about Shenandoah National Park, while creating programs to inspire the next generation of national park stewards.

Keeping Shenandoah Wild

We help to protect Shenandoah National Park’s 200,000 acres of wild lands, and the wildlife that calls Shenandoah home.

Preserving History & Culture

Through our national parks, our work preserves the stories of who we are as a nation. Your dollars fund critical improvements, research, and projects that help better connect visitors to the park.

Preparing Stewards

SNP Trust ensures national park access for all and funds programs to inspire and educate the next generation of conservationists.

Enhancing Visitor Experience

Shenandoah National Park is a destination for people all over the world. We work to improve their experience in campgrounds, on trails, and from mile 1 to 105 of Skyline Drive.

Boulder Cabin

Built in 1911, Boulder Cabin was part of the original Skyland Resort. It was used as a rental cabin for over 90 years until the early 2000’s when it became a Park Ranger office. As federal funding for national parks decreased, Shenandoah National Park’s workforce contracted and Boulder Cabin was no longer used as office space. After 10 years of vacancy, we’re stepping in to help.

Visit Shenandoah

Explore high mountain peaks, cascading streams, and stunning, accessible wilderness just 90 miles west of Washington, DC. Shenandoah offers a bit of everything for the family along the famous Skyline Drive, including historic lodges, more than 500 miles of hiking trails, and world-class recreation opportunities.

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Our Partners

Your partnership and investment in the SNP Trust fund critical programs and initiatives. Our work is elevated with the support of our generous partners. Learn more about our partnerships.

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Preserving national parks is made possible by people like you.
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