National Park Week Giveaway 2021

April 12, 2021

National Park Week Giveaway 2021

Each April, outdoor enthusiasts, conservationists, and explorers throughout the country honor our public lands during National Park Week. It’s a week-long celebration that highlights our nation’s natural diversity, cultural heritage and the efforts a multitude of organizations undertake to support their missions to preserve these special places for all of us to experience.

Our national parks provide the opportunity to connect with the world around us and give us an excuse to put our phones down and “disconnect”. They also stimulate thought and inspiration! With over 400 National Park Service units across the country (consisting of designated historical parks and sites; memorial sites; wildlife refuges; monuments; battlefields; seashores, recreation areas; and more), there is sure to be a place where you can let your imagination run wild. We are offering a “BUY ONE-GET ONE HALF OFF” special on all of our maps now through April 25 to help celebrate! Don’t miss out.

 


Want to win a free national park Sherpa fleece blanket and map? We are giving away ONE fleece blanket and ONE hand-drawn map of your choice from our collection of over 50 maps! To get in on the fun: 


  • Follow @xplorermaps on Instagram
  • Like the giveaway post AND tag 2 friends you want to spend National Park Week with.

* Bonus entry! Share it to your story. Don’t forget to tag @xplorermaps and make sure your account is public (or, send us a screenshot).


Winner will be announced on April 30th! 





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