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    17 Gifts People Who Love The National Parks Will Go Wild For

    If they can't always be in nature, bring nature to them.

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    1. A pair of cozy socks inspired by Glacier National Park.

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    Promising review: "Love these socks! These socks are durable, beautiful, and comfortable. And they're helping our National Parks! My husband's big toes go through all socks but these. They're worth the price." —Millicint

    Get them from Pendleton for $12.50.

    2. A set of four vintage-inspired posters of the parks' iconic scenery.

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    Promising review: "These posters are amazing! Printed on a very nice cardstock like paper and each one is signed and numbered for authenticity. I framed each one with 18x24 frames and was able to purchase mats that allowed me to showcase the signature for that extra touch! If you love the national parks, these are for you!" —Arnold

    Get them from Amazon for $110.

    3. A gorgeous calendar that'll keep them thinking about the parks every day for a whole year.

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    It might even encourage them to plan a national park trip for every month.

    Get it from Luck and Luck on Etsy for $14.49.

    4. A map of the parks that'll let them check off each one as they go.

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    All of the parks are on there, and they can stick a thumbtack or note on each one as they visit them, or they can just frame it and stare at all the places they want to go.

    Get it from ConsiderGraphics on Etsy for $20.

    5. A old-school inspired keychain that commemorates the very first national park.

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    Promising review: "Perfect as described! Ordered this for my husband and he loves it." —April Bagley

    Get it from TrailblazeDesigns on Etsy for $5.99.

    6. A classic book by naturalist John Muir — updated with gorgeous modern cover art.

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    Promising review: "John Muir's eloquent descriptions and spiritual philosophy of Nature shine forth in this book! As intended, he causes the reader to seek out the wild." —Timothy B Puckett

    Get it from Amazon for $3.99+.

    7. A national park-themed Monopoly board.

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    Promising review: "If you are into hiking and seeing the natural beauties of the world, this brings a whole new life to Monopoly. I have hated all Monopolies except the original until I gave this one a try. AWESOME! The back of the property cards even give you a little knowledge about the parks. The chance cards (battlefield and historic sights) are cool, too." —bigHYDE

    Get it from Amazon for $32.30.

    8. A classic enamel camp mug they'll be thrilled to wake up to in the morning.

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    It'll be great for camping trips, too!

    Get it from Parks Project for $20.

    9. A knit beanie they can wear with pride inside and outside the parks.

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    Because sometimes, it's too hard to choose your favorite one.

    Get it from Parks Project for $26.

    10. A pretty candle filled with the scent of your favorite park.

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    The soy candles are infused with the scents inspired by some of the dreamiest parks, like Big Bend, Acadia, and Denali.

    Get it from Good & Well Supply Company for $24.

    11. An enamel pin of a redwood that's un-tree-lievably cute.

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    If they can't be hiking around among the majestic redwoods in Redwood National Park, they might as well be able to see one as a pin.

    Get it from meddle media on Etsy for $11.

    12. A puzzle depicting the beautiful scenery in Yosemite National Park.

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    Promising review: "My husband and I love to do puzzles through the long New Hampshire winter. Since we are both retired, we have plenty of time to indulge ourselves with puzzles. He has been to Yosemite Valley and has fond memories of the magnificent scenery. When I saw this puzzle on Amazon, it was a 'must buy' as a Christmas present for him. He was delighted when he unwrapped this puzzle and we a looking forward to many pleasant hours of seeing El Capitan come together on our puzzle table." —Silverberg44

    Get it from Amazon for $15.95.

    13. A hip ringer tee that's really got their number.

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    Even though they know that for a good time, they should just...go to a park.

    Get it from Parks Project for $38.

    14. A pennant that's an aesthetically pleasing reminder of the purpose of the parks.

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    Nurture! Nature!

    Get it from Parks Project for $36.

    15. A truly grand T-shirt with an equally grand message.

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    Plus, every shirt sold helps the company fund and host local wilderness cleanups!

    Get it from Keep Nature Wild for $27.

    16. A trivia game they can easily take along on a camping trip.

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    Promising review: "If you like the outdoors and the national parks you'll love this game! I attach it to my backpack and take it on family adventures when larger board games are too cumbersome to bring with us!" —John Peacock

    Get it from Amazon for $19.99.

    17. And an annual National Parks pass that they can use to their heart's desire.

    National Parks Service

    It covers park entry for them, as well as three people 16 or older, for a full dang year.

    Get it from the USGS for $80.

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