Seasonal Rangers

Thanks to donor support, we provide annual funding for seasonal rangers and the interpretive programs they provide. Last year alone, Mount Rushmore Society donors funded six National Park Service seasonal rangers, who gave more than 1,060 interpretive programs about the carving and Lakota culture in and around the park. The programs reached more than 205,000 people. These seasonal rangers gave 22 talks per day in the Sculptor’s Studio in the height of the summer season.

Get a glimpse of a ranger talk at Mount Rushmore.