The following blog is an excerpt from, “2021 Holiday Gift Guide” by the National Park Foundation.
There is no wrong way to experience our national parks (or the holidays). No matter where or when your loved ones discover the wonder of our national treasures, these are the gifts that keep on giving – to them and to our parks! From the newest member of the family to the most adventurous person you know, you can share the love and support of America’s national parks through the joy of holiday gift giving.
Shopping tip: If you forgo or bring your own bag to a Free People store this holiday season (and all year!), $0.10 is donated to NPF.
For the Outdoorsy One
Kick off your shoes and relax wherever you are! The ENO National Park Foundation DoubleNest Hammock is light and compact, sets up fast, and has lots of room for 2.
Winter Is Coming. Keep warm with this Find Your Park beanie.
Are we there yet?! Make sure they are in the know for their next adventure with the Ultimate Road Trip Bundle. The bundle features an annual pass and three national park related travel books – with 20% of the retail price donated to NPF! Customers also have the option to add a donation to NPF at checkout.
Treat yourself, or someone else! The State Bicycle Co. x NPF collection is ready to equip you for your next cycling adventure with designs inspired by the national parks.
Subies assemble! The 2021 Share the Love Event is back just in time to fill out your own gift list. Subaru will donate $250 to the customer’s choice of participating charities, including the National Park Foundation, for every new Subaru purchased or leased from November 18, 2021 through January 3, 2022.
Whether you’re climbing the highest peak or corporate ladder, this limited edition North American Alpiner Quartz National Park Foundation edition exclusive timepiece is a top performer. Alpina is inspiring generations of national park enthusiasts by donating $100 to the National Park Foundation for every watch sold.
Continue reading, “2021 Holiday Gift Guide” from the National Park Foundation blog here.