Does the National Park Service have an online store?

Does the National Park Service have an online store?

You may also shop online at America’s National Parks stores for merchandise sold at Homestead.

How do I sell to national park gift shops?

There are two major ways to sell to buyers at gift shops. One is to work through independent sales representatives found at This site provides several entry points. Contact salespeople directly under “Lines Wanted,” or list your book in the “Reps Wanted” section.

Do national parks have stores?

America’s National Parks™ stores invite park lovers of all ages and backgrounds to enhance and share their national park visit. Because everyone connects to parks differently, the items we carry and the services we provide offer a variety of ways to extend your experience- whether you shop with us in person or online.

Are National Park Service Photos public domain?

The Open Parks Network has made tens of thousands of images available to the public in a searchable database. Almost all are in the public domain, but there may be a few that don’t have a “Public Domain Mark.”

Where can I buy a National Park Pass?

How to purchase:

  • In person: Find a location to purchase this pass at a federal recreation site.
  • Online: Buy this pass from the USGS Store.
  • By phone: Call 888-ASK USGS (1-888-275-8747), extension 2. Hours of operation are 8 am to 4 pm Mountain Time.

Can you order national park brochures?

If you’ve visited national parks, you’re probably familiar with their black-band brochures as the source for basic information and colorful maps. Please note that we do not stock individual park brochures. …

Can you sell things in national parks?

Under the rule, message-bearing items other than printed matter may not be sold within a park unit; they may only be distributed free of charge.

Which national parks have tokens?

Collector tokens are fast becoming as popular to collect as pressed pennies! Each token has the park/forest name on one side and a descriptive item on the other side….BLACK HILLS AREA TOKENS

  • Black Hills National Forest.
  • Custer State Park.
  • Jewel Cave National Monument.
  • Wind Cave National Park.

Are national park names public domain?

However, not all materials appearing on this website, social media, and associated NPS material are in the public domain. Some NPS sites contain registered trademarks, such as, the NPS Arrowhead symbol and NPS Secondary Mark. Learn more about NPS trademarks.

Are national park names trademarked?

The use of the National Park Foundation and National Park Service trademarks for commercial purposes, including reproduction on merchandise, is expressly prohibited unless the producer completes a license agreement with the National Park Foundation.

Is a National Park Pass worth it?

Should you buy an annual park pass? If you plan to visit multiple parks and/or federal lands within a year, you will most likely make your return on investment. If you only have time to visit one or two and don’t plan to spend more than $80 on entrance fees, it might not be worth it.

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