Calling all Passport To Your National Parks® Collectors! Add the the 1999 stamp set to your Passport To Your National Parks® Classic Edition, Collector's Edition or Explorer books. The stamp set includes one national and nine regional stamps with information and images of each highlighted park. In 1999 each of the featured parks enjoyed a special event or anniversary and the photos are selected from submissions by National Park Service employees and participants in the Volunteers-In-Parks programs to Eastern National’s annual photo contest.
Gotta catch them all!, 19th Apr 2021
Reviewer: Ronald Schoedel
We've learnt a lot about new places to go by having collected the stamp sheets in the process of collecting the parks we already know about. We buy the sheets and place the stamps in our passport as we visit the parks, and get the postmark at the sites, on the page we place the stamp. We then file away the unused stamps from the yearly sheet, and use them to plot future road trips. It's quite addicting seeing our passport fill up with postmarks and the photo stamps.
1999 stamp set, 8th Sep 2020
Reviewer: David Porch
Catching up with time stamps at parks visited. The ones not used ate an incentive to visit other parks and sites.
VLohn, 9th Aug 2018
Reviewer: Victor Lohn
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Fun Family Hobby!!, 13th Jun 2018
Reviewer: Elizaberh Toedt
I am new to the National Parks Passport, but have been to many of our wonderful parks over the years. The eParks stamp sheets available are a great way to fill in my book after the fact. It is a great hobby for families!!
I would like to suggest that individual park stamps be available for purchase online as well. I do not want to fill my book with places I have not been, and can't afford to buy all the annual sheets to select out the parks I have visited.
I will keep collecting. :-)