Sources of Income


Travelers' Rest 

by the Numbers


  • 32,000 visitors each year
  • 10,000 years as a cultural crossroads among Native American peoples
  • 3,000 hours volunteered as guides and interpreters
  • 2,000 school children experiencing hands-on natural and cultural history on field trips
  • 130+ species of birds identified
  • 65 acres of natural beauty
  • 1 -  the ONLY archaeologically verified campsite of Lewis  & Clark and the Corps of Discovery 

Partnership 

with Montana State Parks

The unique partnership between Montana State Parks and TRPHA ensures that Travelers’ Rest State Park provides the highest level of visitor services, as well as unique educational opportunities.  From tours to storytelling, from field trips to community events TRPHA supports a wide variety of programs for children and adults.  These programs are delivered by professional Parks staff, Americorps members, and  dedicated volunteers. 

Mission

Travelers’ Rest Preservation and Heritage Association (TRPHA) supports Travelers’ Rest State Park through outreach, advocacy, and educational experiences that link the past to the future.

Board of Directors


Shane O'Connell, President
Mary Holmes, Vice President
Greg Halls, Treasurer
Leah Gooley, Secretary

Jean Belangie-Nye
Casey Hart
Mike Hayes
Hattie Redmon
Tom Webster
Dale Woolhiser


Molly Stockdale, Executive Director