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Welcome to the home of the
National Park Travelers Club.

The organization for everyone collecting cancellations in the Passport to Your National Parks Program, or anyone who enjoys traveling to and visiting our National Parks.
You are currently viewing this site as a guest which gives you limited access to our features. There are two steps for gaining full access to our site:
 1) Create a free user account with Parkstamps.org.
 2) Join the National Park Travelers Club as a dues-paying member.
Creating a user-account with Parkstamps.org will allow you to post on our general message boards, and send private messages to other site users.
By joining the National Park Travelers Club (NPTC) as a dues-paying member, you will be joining the Nation's largest community of travelers trying to visit all the Units of the National Park System and collect cancellations in the Passport to Your National Parks program. As a Member of the NPTC you will be able to record your progress in visiting the Units of the National Park System and earn certificates recognizing you for your travels. You will also be invited to join us at our annual Convention, held each year at a different National Park, where you can meet and befriend fellow National Park enthusiasts like yourself. NPTC Members also have access to our Trip Reports Forums, which are a great resource for planning your next trip to the National Parks.

NPTC Members also have access to many other great trip-planning resources, including our Master List of all Passport cancellation stations, our Google Earth Master Map of the same, and our Master Database of every stamp image in the Passport program - which you can use to record and track your own Passport cancellation stamps. Once you create an account with Parkstamps,org, you can join the NPTC today be filling out our electronic application and paying your initial dues through Paypal.

Stamper and Box with Inkpad
Print out this image and keep it in your passport book to show to any
park personnel who do not know what to look for when you ask for a stamp.

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