Welcome to MTRPA
The Montana Trails, Recreation and Park Association supports and celebrates your role in the parks & recreation field. We are glad to have you here!
Our mission is to serve our members and support their efforts to enhance Montana’s quality of life by promoting growth, preservation, and development of recreation services, tourism, and parks to benefit the health and well being of our people, our communities, our economy and our environment.
Parks are iconic staples in our communities.
Trails connect community to the outdoor world.
Recreation brings community together.
Yet, funding and road blocks constantly threaten these important entities.
MTRPA is on a pursuit to help support those who preserve and utilize our parks, trails, and recreation resources across the state while supporting the growth of our professional industry behind the scenes of these beloved areas and programs.
News You Can Use
See the most recent posts and updates from the MTRPA. Want more? Check out more News.
More Funding for Trails!
Our trails representative Bob Walker forwarded us this newsletter we are sharing from our friends at Rails-to-Trails Conservancy! This newsletter includes:
Trail Stewardship Grant Program Opens Nov. 15
The Trail Stewardship grant cycle opens November 15, 2022 and runs through January 31st, 2023. Applicants may request up $75,000 with a 10 percent required match. Eligible applicants
Recreational Trails Program Funding Opportunity OPEN NOW!
The next cycle for the Recreational Trails Program opened November 1st, 2022. Applications and Guidance are available and are due no later than January 31st, 2023 5:00
Call for MTRPA Tribal Board Member
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEOctober 12, 2022 Call for MTRPA Tribal Board Member Montana Trails, Recreation, and Park Association (MTRPA), is an affiliate of the National Recreationand
$MILLIONS Available Soon for Trails, Recreation and Parks Projects!￼
From: Bob Walker, MTRPA Trails Representative Subject: $MILLIONS Available Soon for Trails, Recreation and Parks Projects! Date: September 22, 2022 Annually, Fish, Wildlife & Parks
Montana Forest Action Plan’s RFP is Now Open!
FROM THE DNRC: The Department of Natural Resources and Conservation is now accepting applications for grants through the Montana Forest Action Plan to reduce wildfire
Get involved with MTRPA
Your parks, your recreation, and your trails need your support!
Our membership opportunity gives individuals, groups, organizations, and commercial businesses the chance to support their state’s parks and recreation association. By becoming a member of the Montana Trails Recreation and Parks Association, you are supporting our mission.