Introducing Passport To Your National Parks® Single Stickers

May 29, 2019What's New

Visitors asked and we listened—Passport To Your National Parks® Single Stickers are now available at 11 pilot locations! The new Passport® Single Stickers are individual, self-adhesive stickers that have select park photos and interpretive text that aren’t available in the annual Passport To Your National Parks commemorative stamp sets. The traditional annual sets will still be available for visitors and Passport fans to purchase in park stores and online.

Visitor experience is a top priority for the Passport program, and a key consideration in the development of the Single Stickers was offering customers more choices in how they interact with the program. Though the annual stamp set can be a cost-effective way to kickstart a Passport collection, many customers look for stickers and other Passport accessories that directly reflect their current adventure. Passport Single Stickers are also more customizable, offering fans the option of sticking just the photo, just the interpretive text, or both in their Passports or other sticker collections.

Passport Single Stickers retail for $2.95 and are now available at or these sites:

  • Acadia National Park
  • Blue Ridge Parkway
  • Cape Hatteras National Seashore
  • Carlsbad Caverns National Park
  • Cowpens National Battlefield
  • Flight 93 National Memorial
  • Great Sand Dunes National Park & Preserve
  • Lincoln Memorial
  • Monocacy National Battlefield
  • Thomas Edison National Historical Park
  • Wright Brothers National Memorial

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