The Colorado National Monument Association was first incorporated in 1964 as the Colorado – Black Canyon Natural History Association. In 1977 that organization was reorganized, and we acquired our current name, Colorado National Monument Association.
Colorado National Monument Association (CNMA), a nonprofit organization, exists solely to assist and support Colorado National Monument. Proceeds from our retail operations, memberships, and donations support the monument’s educational, interpretive, and scientific programs.
The tranquility and serenity of the monument cannot help but impress all who stand and listen to its quiet beauty. Come and enjoy Colorado National Monument today.
Saddlehorn Visitor Center Now Open:
Following guidance from the White House, CDC and recommendations from state and local public health in consultation with NPS Public Health Service officers, the visitor center is open and following current suggested social distancing guidelines. Thank you for your understanding.
The Colorado National Monument Association would like to thank the Grand Junction Rotary Club for being included as one of the recipients of the Banff Mountain Film Festival. We are grateful to have been a recipient for the 4th year!
Keeping in mind all of the local individuals and businesses that support the Colorado National Monument Association, we would like to highlight Colterris Winery for the generous contributions made over the past two years for the Saddlehorn Amphitheater renovation project. Please take the time to support them online, and all other local businesses that can be supported via online sales, during this time. Give their online ordering a try at: www.colterris.com.
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