Win a 2023 National Park Pass!
The USA is fortunate to have some of the most spectacular natural wonders anywhere in the world. Old Faithful in Yellowstone, El Capitan in Yosemite, Delicate Arch in Arches, the bubbling volcanoes in Hawai'i and the mighty Denali and Mount Rainier are just a few. Make your 2023 a year to remember by visiting as many national parks as possible! National Parks Partnership is giving away one 12-month America the Beautiful national park pass to celebrate a fantastic 2023/24 in the national parks!
There are many ways to enter the competition. Each action is worth a different number of entries. Every email subscriber is automatically entered into the draw and gets 10 entries, so do that first! Comments on every competition post on Instagram to get 5 entries. Every Instagram/Facebook post like gets you one entry!
The winner will be chosen at random from a list of eligible entrants who have completed the entry requirements no later than 11:59PM ET on Saturday June 24th 2023. The winner will be notified on Sunday June 25th 2023. We will announce the winner shortly after on Instagram.
It is 100% free to enter the competition. Absolutely no purchase necessary. The winner will have 1x America The Beautiful Pass shipped to them directly for free (US addresses only). The runner up will get to select a t-shirt free-of-charge (inc. free shipping) from the online store. So what are you waiting for?! Make sure you follow the steps (near the bottom of the page) to get your name into the prize draw.
This competition is for US residents over the age of 18.
Please watch out for scammers pretending to be National Parks Partnership. We will never ask you for money or ask that you give out personal information (beyond you name and email for contact purposes). This website, nationalparkspartnership.com, is the ONLY website we operate. Check the spelling of the username of any Instagram account that contacts you through direct messages. @nationalparkspartnership is the ONLY official Instagram account of National Parks Partnership. It is a publicly visible account with almost 300,000 subscribers - the scam accounts are usually private and have only a handful of followers.
Stay safe and good luck!
12 Month National Park Entry PassLearn more
Many national parks charge an entry fee. This pass grant free entry to national parks and public lands for 12 months. All proceeds from these passes goes towards improving and enhancing visitor recreation services.
Runner Up = Free National Park T-ShirtView All T-Shirts
Choose your favorite from any of our national park t-shirts. The prize includes free shipping.
Like a competition post on Instagram @nationalparkspartnership. One entry for every like, so make sure to like every post!
Comment on a competition post and tag 3 national-park-loving friends (i.e. @username). You get five entries per comment, so make sure to leave one on every post!
Sign up for emails using the form below. If you are already signed up for emails, you are automatically entered into all competitions, (unless otherwise specified)! (Don't worry, we hate SPAM, too. Expect to hear about new products and offers once a week.)
About National Parks Partnership
National Parks Partnership was founded with the goal of giving back to the national parks that have given us so much. All products are designed in, printed in and shipped from the USA. All profits are donated to national park charities.
National Park T-Shirts
Purchasing Missing Park Land
Not all of the land within national parks belongs to the National Park Service. National Park Trust has bought former mines, cabins, fish hatcheries and more and donated them for us all to use.
The Next Generation
The future of our parks lies with our children. National Park Trust runs immersive educational programs for children and their families, with a particular focus on families who may have never experienced the parks before.
Supporting Ongoing Research
National Park Trust has invested in and coordinated the building of research facilities that will further our understanding and appreciation of the environments and wildlife present in our national parks.