21 Wanderlust-Worthy Gifts for National Park Lovers
From $5 to $300, we found something unique for everyone — with many vendors pledging a portion of sales to the National Park Foundation.
Since you can't spend every waking (or sleeping) minute in our national parks, infuse your home with a few reminders of your favorite spots in the great outdoors. From candles reminiscent of Yellowstone’s sagebrush and fir to topography sculptures that highlight parks’ unique terrain, we have home decor and gifts for national park lovers of all ages. Plus, we love that many of the gifts and retailers we feature below donate a portion of the proceeds to various national park organizations, including the National Parks Conservation Association and the National Park Foundation.
Like picking up a postcard at the park's gift shop, these vintage-style prints by Cameron Stevens bring a touch of your adventure home. Not only do they display an unforgettable national park locale, but they also add a retro vibe to your space.
Give your favorite national park a minimalist, midcentury modern makeover. The print is typeset with love and giclée-printed on heavyweight archival matte paper with archival inks. It's a must-have for any outdoors lover or design geek.
No matter how far you live from your favorite national park, make sure you always have the amazing landscape right in your home. Fill a wall with a gorgeous vista in the form of this easy-to-stick-on mural by Nature Magick Cascadia Collection on Society6.
Stripe it out in your bedroom or living room with this wool blanket from Pendleton. Simple and contemporary, the pure virgin wool is designed with each park's signature colors. Here, lines of orange and red sit on a navy backdrop to represent Grand Canyon National Park.
Pay tribute to your favorite slice of our country’s terrain with one of Mario Ruiz’s unique statues. Using a CNC routing machine, Mario precisely carves each one from walnut according to topographical data. After a hand-applied stain and finish, this piece becomes a stunning work of art.
There's nothing like breathing in the fresh air of nature. These vessels are uniquely textured and finished to represent seven of the country's finest landscapes and filled with fragrances you'd experience in the parks. This sagebrush and fir fragrance was designed to bring the essence and feelings of Yellowstone National Park indoors. Plus, we love that Paddywax donates a minimum of $25,000 to the National Park Foundation!
Bring tales from well-known writers (and lovers of nature), such as John Muir and Terry Tempest Williams, straight into your living room. Even when you can't gather around an actual campfire, share the stories curled up on the sofa or around your backyard fire pit.
In Parks Standards Manual, photographer Brian Kelley shares a collection of more than 300 vintage maps, ephemera and brochures from the last century. Cloth wrapped with a silkscreened cover and spine, the book's combination of nostalgia and artistry will excite adventurists and design enthusiasts alike.
Clementine Kids' National Parks Throw Blanket fits nicely on a twin-sized bed for big kids or it can be the perfect blanket to curl up with on the couch. The 60-by-72-inch design features Yellowstone, Yosemite, Zion, Joshua Tree, Glacier and more beloved national parks. The other side of the blanket features a mossy, olive-green hue inspired by the great outdoors.
Give your pet a taste of Acadia National Park with this comfy bed designed in the park's characteristic hues. Also, available in a variety of other park colors, the cover is easy to remove and wash in order to keep your pet's slumbering spot clean.
Bring the outside in with this bundle of three bar soaps inspired by America’s most iconic national parks: Acadia, Zion and Redwood. The set was made in collaboration with Parks Project, and five percent of every purchase from this collection supports the National Parks Conservation Association.
Use one of six custom tokens, including a ranger hat, tent, canoe and hiking boot, to buy, sell and trade stunning landscapes like the Grand Canyon, Yellowstone and Yosemite. It's educational and fun for the whole family — just like the original — and a portion of the proceeds goes to the National Park Foundation.