Win a 2018 National Parks Pass
Spend 2018 getting to know our public lands.
Our nation’s public lands are places of great beauty and peace; there is something deeply good and true about their appeal. Writer and historian Wallace Stegner called our national parks "the best idea we ever had. Absolutely American, absolutely democratic, they reflect us at our best rather than our worst.”
It’s been a wild year of public land protests and policy changes. If we don’t advocate for public lands and their proper use, it might be more difficult for our kids and grandkids to experience the same natural wonders we did growing up.
Because we can’t protect what we don’t know, and we believe supporting public land starts with getting outside. To encourage a greater awareness of our public lands, we’re giving away 7 national park passes in the week leading up to Jan 1 2018.
Follow along with us @kammok, and win a 2018 Annual National Park Pass!
December 26th - January 1st
Everyday in the 7 days leading up to 2018, we’re giving away an annual national park pass on Instagram. Each day will be sponsored by a different outdoor advocate, who inspires us to get outside and explore public lands.
How to Win!
7 winners total, one each day. Enter to win:
- Follow @kammok
- Tag a friend in our most recent Instagram post (There will be one post every day. Entries are refreshed daily, you can enter multiple times by tagging a friend in the comment section under each photo, but there will only be one winner per photo.)
- Follow the sponsor of the day (you can find their handle in the post of the day).
- We will direct message winners at the end of every day.
Our hope is to equip more of you to go out and experience the natural wonder we have through our national parks. The more we know, we more we can educate others, and the greater our chances of protecting our public lands.
P.S. Here's a few other favorite ways experience our parks...
- Watch. Ken Burns’ awarding winning PBS documentary (The National Parks: America’s Best Idea) tells the story of the national parks and the people who helped create them.
- Read. Our National Parks by John Muir. You can read a public copy brought to you by the Sierra Club or purchase one for keeps.
- Draw. This National Parks Coloring Book was designed for the National Park Service's 100 Year Anniversary and features original line drawings from artists all over the world.