National Parks Passport

National Parks Passport

In September 2013 my husband Craig and I went to an event at the Saugus Iron Works National Historic Site in Saugus, MA.  At the visitor center and gift shop, I noticed a whole section for National Park Passports. I had never seen them before. For years Craig and I had wanted to visit Yellowstone, Yosemite and our other National Parks. We decided that day to buy one of the passports and make it our goal to visit as many National Parks, Historic Sites and Monuments as we could!

There are kids passports, regular passports and even a whole binder system that you can store stickers and extra pages in. The passports come with a nice fold out map of all of our National Park, NHS, NRA, etc. locations. Here are the different designations.

Since buying our passport we have visited Fort Matanzas and Castillo de San Marcos in Saint Augustine, FL, the Salem, MA National Historic Site, Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park. This year we are headed to the Golden Gate NRA, Yosemite National Park, Kings Canyon, Sequoia, Joshua Tree, The Mighty 5 in Utah, Mesa Verde, the Grand Canyon and Acadia-WHEW! Next year we are heading back to Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton and Glacier National Park for our 20th anniversary. We hope to go to Alaska, the Pacific Northwest and Hawaii soon.

I hope you will join us in our quest to get as many National Park Passport stamps as we can fit in our book! I will post links to our YouTube channel, Instagram and Pinterest sites so you can view some of these amazing places along with us.

Next year-2016 is the 100th anniversary of the National Parks and I hope this will inspire you to visit a park near or far.

Pages waiting to be stamped!


2 thoughts on “National Parks Passport

  1. Thank you for visiting my blog! I too was very excited to learn about the national parks passport program… unfortunately we had already visited two parks on our recent trip (Zion and Bryce), before I learned about it and purchased a book. But, I happily collected stamps and stickers from the several parks we visited later. Except for the Grand Canyon! I completely forgot! Oh, well, I guess I’ll have to go back!

    1. Yes, we have been to a few places that we need to go back to and get stamps like Muir Woods NM and Boston. Some people have had luck writing the park they visited and asking them to send/mail a stamp. It will not have your dates on it though.

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