National Park Quarters Mintages

Mintages started low and have since picked up for America the Beautiful Quarters, the U.S. Mint’s coin series that honors national parks and other national sites throughout the United States and its territories.

Introduced in 2010 when the U.S. economy was less than robust, fewer quarters and other coins were needed for commerce. Since then, mintages have increased in every successive year except in 2016. The biggest surge happened in 2015 when nearly 3 billion quarters were produced.

The table below includes mintages for America the Beautiful Quarters struck from 2010 to 2017, broken out by the Philadelphia and Denver Mints, by year and also by combined totals. Coin collectors like to monitor mintages, attracted to coins that are scarcer since they tend to be more valuable. The two coins that are currently most "scarce" in the quarter’s program and by minting facility are in red font. This table was last updated in August 2017 with the latest U.S. Mint figures provided through July 2017. The next Mint update for the series will likely happen by October.

Mintages of National Park Quarters

Denver Mint Philadelphia Mint Both Facilities Combined
Year 2010
2010 Hot Springs National Park Quarter 34,000,000 35,600,000 69,600,000
2010 Yellowstone National Park Quarter 34,800,000 33,600,000 68,400,000
2010 Yosemite National Park Quarter 34,800,000 35,200,000 70,000,000
2010 Grand Canyon National Park Quarter 35,400,000 34,800,000 70,200,000
2010 Mount Hood National Forest 34,400,000 34,400,000 68,800,000
                  2010 Quarter Mintage Total 347,000,000
 
Year 2011
2011 Gettysburg National Military Park Quarter 30,400,000 30,800,000 61,200,000
2011 Glacier National Park Quarter 31,200,000 30,400,000 61,600,000
2011 Olympic National Park Quarter 30,600,000 30,400,000 61,000,000
2011 Vicksburg National Military Park Quarter 33,400,000 30,800,000 64,200,000
2011 Chickasaw National Recreation Area Quarter 69,400,000 73,800,000 143,200,000
                  2011 Quarter Mintage Total 391,200,000
 
Year 2012
2012 El Yunque National Forest Quarter 25,000,000 25,800,000 50,800,000
2012 Chaco Culture Natural Historic Quarter 22,000,000 22,000,000 44,000,000
2012 Acadia National Park Quarter 21,606,000 24,800,000 46,406,000
2012 Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park Quarter 78,600,000 46,200,000 124,800,000
2012 Denali National Park Quarter 166,600,000 135,400,000 302,000,000
                  2012 Quarter Mintage Total 568,006,000
 
Year 2013
2013 White Mountain National Forest Quarter 107,600,000 68,800,000 176,400,000
2013 Perry’s Victory and International Peace Memorial Quarter 131,600,000 107,800,000 239,400,000
2013 Great Basin National Park Quarter 141,400,000 122,400,000 263,800,000
2013 Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine Site Quarter 151,400,000 120,000,000 271,400,000
2013 Mount Rushmore National Memorial Quarter 272,400,000 231,800,000 504,200,000
                  2013 Quarter Mintage Total 1,455,200,000
 
Year 2014
2014 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Quarter 99,400,000 73,200,000 172,600,000
2014 Shenandoah National Park Quarter 197,800,000 112,800,000 310,600,000
2014 Arches National Park Quarter 251,400,000 214,200,000 465,600,000
2014 Great Sand Dunes National Park Quarter 171,800,000 159,600,000 331,400,000
2014 Everglades National Park Quarter 142,400,000 157,601,200 300,001,200
                  2014 Quarter Mintage Total 1,580,201,200
 
Year 2015
2015 Homestead National Monument of America 248,600,000 214,400,000 463,000,000
2015 Kisatchie National Forest Park Quarter 379,600,000 397,200,000 776,800,000
2015 Blue Ridge Parkway Quarter 505,200,000 325,616,000 830,816,000
2015 Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge Quarter 206,400,000 275,000,000 481,400,000
2015 Saratoga National Historical Park Quarter 215,800,000 223,000,000 438,800,000
                  2015 Quarter Mintage Total 2,990,816,000
 
Year 2016
2016 Shawnee National Forest Quarter 151,800,000 155,600,000 307,400,000
2016 Cumberland Gap National Historical Park Quarter 223,200,000 215,400,000 438,600,000
2016 Harpers Ferry National Historical Park Quarter 424,000,000 434,630,000 858,630,000
2016 Theodore Roosevelt National Park Quarter 232,200,000 231,600,000 454,800,000
2016 Fort Moultrie Quarter 142,200,000 154,400,000 296,600,000
                  2016 Quarter Mintage Total 1,604,630,000
 
Year 2017
2017 Effigy Mounds National Monument Quarter 210,800,000 271,200,000 482,000,000
2017 Frederick Douglass National Historic Site Quarter 185,800,000 184,800,000 370,600,000
2017 Ozark National Scenic Riverway Quarter 200,000,000 202,400,000 402,400,000
2017 Ellis Island National Monument Quarter      
2017 George Rogers Clark National Historical Park Quarter      
                  2017 Quarter Mintage Total 1,255,000,000

 

U.S. Mint facilities in Denver, Colorado and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania are tasked with producing America’s circulating coins. The Mint strikes coins for circulation based on orders received from Federal Reserve Banks that, in turn, take coinage orders from financial institutions around the United States.

All-Time Mintages

From 2010 through July 2017, the U.S. Mint has produced 5,666,006,000 quarters in Denver and 5,277,447,200 quarters in Philadelphia for a combined total of 10,943,453,200 quarters.