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In 2020, many people started getting to know our national parks here in the U.S. more closely than ever before, whether in-person or virtually. As some of the most incredible places to experience safely during the pandemic — and most incredible places to experience period — we’re obvious fans and so are our readers.
Whether you’ve found a new love for Yellowstone or Yosemite in the past year or have been trekking Zion for as long as you can remember, you’re likely aware of the support they’re in need of as areas of conservation. Since it’s free to visit most national parks and the visitor numbers are on the rise, there’s more to do to preserve the natural beauty of our national parks.
We’ve compiled a list of seriously cool products to shop that contribute to the preservation of U.S. national parks and pay tribute to their legacy, from the Grand Canyon to the Great Smoky Mountains. Scroll on to shop and support our beautiful national parks.
Pendleton Warriors Circle of Honor Blanket
Courtesy of Pendleton
This brightly hued Pendleton blanket honors the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian’s tribute to the sacrifices and trials of native Americans, Hawaiians, and Alaskans “past, present, and future.” Pendleton provides a portion of the blanket’s cost to the Smithsonian to support its missions in the fields of conservation and education.
Nature Backs Flip Trip Bracelet Bundle
Courtesy of Nature Backs
These unique bracelets by Nature Backs each represent a U.S. national park. We suggest grabbing one of the brand’s Flip-Trip Bracelet bundles, either all for yourself or to gift to friends, because who can choose just one?
Wild Tribute Yosemite National Park Epic Road Trip Hoodie
Courtesy of Wild Tribute
Wild Tribute’s fun and quirky designs (and cozy materials) are the perfect way to wear your support for national parks on your sleeve.
Sendero Provisions Co. Big Bend National Park Hat
Courtesy of Sendero Provisions Co.
Sendero Provisions Co. was started by Hunter Harlow as a way to spread awareness about and contribute to the conservation of U.S. national parks by way of cool merchandise and quality outdoor gear. A portion of the proceeds from this particular hat supports Big Bend Conservancy.
Good + Well Supply Co. Zion National Park Candle
Courtesy of Huckberry
There’s a candle for nearly every national park in the U.S. at Good + Well Supply Co., the scents of which are inspired by the lands’ unique flora and fauna.
Parks Project National Parks Gift Box
Courtesy of Park Project
This gift box is the ultimate present for anyone obsessed with hiking, camping, and nature in general. It includes multiple games, souvenirs, and clothing items so the recipient can really show off their love and support of national parks.
Parks Tie-dye Beanie
Courtesy of Free People
Support your national parks (via the Parks Project) with this fun knit beanie featured in a subtle tie-dye design with a rolled-up hem.
The Landmark Project Smokey the Bear T-shirt
Courtesy of The Landmark Project
The Landmark Project’s latest Smokey the Bear collection features the work of Cory Godbey, an artist of both digital and traditional media and mutual lover of the outdoors.
Art Print: ‘Apapane in Koki’o Ke’oke’o Portrait by Marian Berger
Courtesy of Hawai’i
Support the Volcano National Parks of Hawai’i by shopping the Hawai’i Pacific Parks Foundation’s site, where works by local artists such as Marian Berger and more can be found.
REI America the Beautiful Pass
Good for a year’s worth of visits to more than 2,000 federal recreation sites across America, the annual America the Beautiful Pass is your ticket to supporting our national parks the best way we all know how: by visiting them.
Flags for Good Protect Our National Parks Flag
Courtesy fo Flags for Good
Perhaps one of the best ways to show off your support and encourage others to consider efforts towards national park conservation is this Protect Our National Parks flag from Flags for Good.
Kendall Cornish is an e-commerce editor at Travel + Leisure. She’s never lived anywhere longer than three years, but currently resides in Brooklyn with her cat and beloved Dyson vacuum. You can follow her on Instagram at @kendall.cornish.