Holding on to those memories of epic adventures and souvenirs of American history and landmarks just became easier with a Passport to Your National Parks® Explorer Edition! A sturdy weatherproof portfolio has an inner binder already outfitted with standard Passport pages only bigger, better, and completely up to you to arrange anyway you like. Compact mesh compartment keeps collectibles you acquire on your tour of parks safe, photo pocket, pen slot, back inner mesh pocket for storing extra commemoratives, and a map to guide you to your next adventure!
Browse the Passport Collection to discover more items helping you explore over 84 million acres of American culture, landmarks, scenery, and events preserved by the National Park Service.
A National Park Challenge!, 16th Feb 2018
Reviewer: Jeffrey Hicken
I look at this as a challenge to use and fill up with every park represented. We have already started with our recent trip to Joshua Tree National Park!
Seems like a great product, needs to not be sent via UPS, 16th Jan 2018
Reviewer: Lauren Smith
Great spiral bound passport! I love how new sheets can be added where needed.
My only complaint is E-parks' choice of shipper (UPS). I will gladly pay more money to have any future purchases sent by anyone other than UPS. Two weeks of sitting in the nearby UPS facility! Should have walked to pick it up.
Otherwise, great product!
New, 26th Dec 2017
Reviewer: Jaime Fisher
Gave this as a gift to my boyfriend. I love the layout. The fact that we can take it anywhere safely is a huge plus. Being able to add to it is an awesome feature. We can't wait to put our first stamps in it and get our first cancellations!
Explorer, 14th Dec 2017
Reviewer: Ronald Nesler
like most people I started with the small passport. I am very happy with the Explorer got my first stamp at George Rogers Clark memorial in Vincennes, Indiana. Lots of room for more stamps
Looking forward to traveling with my binder, 10th Dec 2017
Reviewer: Mary Dalton
The passport binder is great and I am looking forward to traveling with it. The only thing that bothered me was that I purchased all the stamp sets for every year they have been available and I was only able to put 3 years in. Not nearly enough pages or spaces to put stamp sets.
Getting a good start, 10th Dec 2017
Reviewer: Theresa Worrell
I had the smaller passport which I bought 2 years ago and it was fine. I loved the portability, it fit in a pocket in my bag and I could always have it with me. However, I am beginning to have more time and plan to travel more. The Explorer edition is a great fit, I can record all the stamps from all of my visits. Although not as portable, the shoulder strap makes carrying it convenient. It also is expandable!!! I love it.
Passport to national parks, 2nd Nov 2017
Reviewer: Susan Kroesche
I only wish I’d had this years earlier. So many parks I’ve been to but didn’t get a stamp. So now I’m making up time, and planning trips to parks all over the country. I started with the small passport but it just wasn’t big enough. In one trip I filled up a whole region and needed more space, so I like this new one much more!
Filling up my Passport binder, 14th Oct 2017
Reviewer: Elizabeth Tobias
I started off with the smaller Passport book but then found out about the bigger binder. The binder is a great option to collect all the park stamps and cancellations. I have been enjoying mine a lot! My only complaint is they need to make it just a little bigger to hold all the stamps & pages with out the trial of trying to keep pages from falling out when binder rings need opening. I have enjoyed exploring our wonderful National Parks with my family!
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I just expanded my goals, 28th Sep 2017
Reviewer: Jenny Poelman
I had the smaller passport book and had already filled every space in the Rocky Mtn Region. With so much left to see, I didn’t want to just put cancellations in the back. So this version is an excellent choice. Two suggestions: 1. add an attached handle to the spine of the cover so it can be carried like a briefcase. 2. include clear page protectors or something that allows us to take the pages from the smaller book and put them in the correct region sections in the expander pack , — and lets us see both sides of the smaller page. I ended up cutting small-page sized rectangles out of the center of expander pages and taping the smaller pages in. It works, and I can see both sides—...but there’s probably a better, prettier solution. All in all, I’m very happy I got it. I love all the space! And the zipped up cover is great.
Passport to your National Parks Explorer, 7th Sep 2017
Reviewer: Georgiann Drayer
Great book, my sister-in-law got one as a gift and I really liked it. Was so excited to purchase this, can't wait to start using the book.
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Bettie Towner, 23rd Aug 2017
Reviewer: Bettie Towner
I have had a Passport to Your National Parks Explorer for many years. It is one of my more prized possessions. Looking through the pages and seeing the stamps and dates brings back the wonderful and special memories of my visits to various National Parks. I also find that the desire to collect all of the stamps from the individual parks has given me the incentive to seek out corners and areas of the parks I might not have otherwise investigated.
I am so glad that I invested in the Passport and I hope many others do the same.