A Guide to Etsy for Handcrafted National Park Traveler Gifts

I make no bones about being a national park junkies.  I have been to 45 of the 59 national parks.  I love having unique items to display my love of the national parks.  There is no better place to find really unique gifts online than Etsy.  All the items are from small business by fellow national park lovers. Here are 15 of my favorite National Park Traveler Gifts from Etsy.

Shenandoah National Park Latitude Longitude Keychain

This cute keychain comes stamped with the latitude and longitude of Shenandoah National Park.  It is handmade by MapTracks.  The charms are silver in color and can be customized for any national park.

Cost: $16.00

National Park Quarter Ring

These silver rings are made from the national park coins by One Ring Tree. The selection is limited to one of 50 parks because each state only got to pick 1 park.   Personally, I really want a Denali ring to celebrate my September visit to Denali National Park.

Cost: $49.50

National Park Map Vintage T-Shirt

These T-shirts are really cute and I love how they have such a colorful map of all 59 national parks on it.  These shirts are printed by LiqueGifts on 100% cotton shirts.  The shirts come in a variety of colors and sizes.

Cost: $20.00

Arches National Park Moab Utah Map Cuff

These aluminum cuff bracelets are a statement-making piece of national park jewelry.  They are made using vintage maps of the national park.  Decembermoondesign‘s hand makes each of these bracelets to showcase your favorite region of the park.  I love how this piece features the main group of arches in Arches National Park, Utah.

Cost: $31.00

Address National Park Sign

If I had a permanent address, I would own one of these signs.  It looks like one of the many signs in the national park but I didn’t have to steal one from the park (I have never stolen a sign from a park).  The signs are made from salvaged, resawn Douglas fir barn beam and painted to stand up to the outside weather.  These signs are handmade in the USA by SolitudeValley.

Cost: $33.00

The National Parks Register

Track your 59 national park quest progress with this really cute register.  It features cute little drawings of each national park and comes with a stamp to mark each park off as you visit it.  These registers are printed in Denver, Colorado by WANDERWIDEART.

Cost: $59.00

Mt Rainier National Park Sterling Silver Spoon Ring

This Art Nouveau style ring is a unique focal point for any national park jewelry.  Mount Rainier National Park holds a special place in my heart as it was my first national park as well as the park I worked in for a summer.  These rings are made by Spoonier and are adjustable.  Each ring is hand stamped with an image stylizing of the park.

Cost: $58.00

Set of 4 National Parks Coasters

MapYourTravels offers these stonewares and cork backed coasters with national park artwork by Minneapolis artist Julie May.  You get to select which 4 national park coasters you want.  They don’t currently offer all 59 national parks but they offer the majority of them.

Cost: $24.95

Everglades National Park State Quarter Pendant

This pendant is hand cut from a United States National Park Quarter.  This coin features Everglades National Park in Florida.  These coins make a unique gift for an Everglades National park lover.  I have fond memories of my college years in Florida and exploring Everglades.  These coins are made by Coinjewelry.

Cost: $65.00

National Park Letterpress Poster

This 18″ x 24″ poster features unique illustrations of each park made entirely of the letters that spell out of the parks name.  This would fit well into a modern home design.  I know I want this to put on the wall in my office.  It would fit nicely and is a unique way to honor the 59 national parks. This poster is made by NineDayWeekend. They also make coasters with these tiles.

Cost: $20.00

3-D Map of Yosemite National Park

Yosemite National Park is one of the most famous national parks in the world.  It is the gem that conservationist John Muir fought for.  This 3-D map is made by KinestheticClassics. The map is 4″by 5″ and is made to the following scale: horizontal, 1 inch = 9 miles; vertical, 1/8 inch = 1,000 ft.  The map features both Yosemite Valley and the valley that is hidden by the Hetch Hetchy reservoir.

Cost: $45.00

US Push Pin Map with National parks

This 20″ x 30″ map of the United States with all 59 national parks.  The map is mounted on high-quality foam so it is easy to mark off each of the parks with a push pin. It can be personalized with names and text.  This map is made by WorldVibeStudio.

Cost: $129.00

National Parks Mug

“National Parks are Dope”  Any national park traveler can agree with this statement.  Made by LoonMoonStudios, these mugs are microwave and dishwasher safe.  I would want the 15 oz version since I don’t function without at least 1 cup of tea per day.

Cost: $18.95

National Park Coordinate Adventure Necklace

This sterling silver necklace features a mountain with a disk with custom coordinates.  The coordinates can be for any national park.  The one in the photo features Angel’s Landing in Zion National Park, Utah.  These are made by SincerelySilverShop and you can add as many disks as you would like to the necklace.

Cost: $29.00

Great Basin National Park Nevada Ornament

Made by rvmetalshop, these rustic steel ornament features the outline of the state of Nevada with a heart over the location of Great Basin National Park.  The Chirstmas ornament also features the park’s initals as well.  It makes a cute gift for any Great Basin National Park fan.

Cost: $12.00

Bryce Canyon View Photo Glass Cutting Board

This tempered glass cutting board is produced by koralmartin.  The photo was taken by Koral Martin Fine Art Photography.  The cutting board is lightly textured with rubber feet on the back and it is heat resistant.  It can be used as a trivet for hot dishes.

Cost: $33.95

Sequoia National Park Light Switch Cover

These light switch covers would be a perfect decoration of a national park junkie like myself.  The light switches are covered with a vintage travel poster making them a unique.   These light switches are made by Polkadotdog.  I love the Sequoia National Park one.  It reminds me of those amazing trees I saw in Cali.

Cost: $10.95

Disclaimer: I have not been compensated for any of these suggestions. All products were either purchased by me or things I want.

What are your favorite Etsy National Park Traveler Gifts?

20 thoughts on “A Guide to Etsy for Handcrafted National Park Traveler Gifts

  1. Izzy

    Gift giving is my first love language and I honestly look forward to Christmastime, not only for the prospect of what I’ll get, but what there is to give! I love all of these pieces but especially the National Park Register and the National Park Letterpress Poster since I am a graphic designer and lover of stationery. Great list and good on you for supporting small businesses on Etsy!

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  2. Suruchi

    Some of these National Park gift items are so cool especially the pendants and rings. I never knew you can buy them from Etsy. You have visited 45 out of 59 national parks, that is incredible. Amazing. Keep rocking!

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  3. Sara Broers

    I am a huge fan of national parks and those quarter rings look beautiful. And one can never go wrong with a set of coasters displaying beauty that features our national parks

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  4. Ami

    All the gifts are pretty interesting but I particularly liked the pending. The chopping board is cute too, though I don’t think I can ever use it for what it is meant to be. I might just hang it around

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  5. Jose Harvey

    This is such a unique gift list! I’ve seen LOADS of Christmas lists this year but this one really takes the cake! I love that it focuses on the US National Parks System! I am totally buying the national parks address sign! Luckily, I have a home base!

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  6. Jolina S.

    Very cool list — I definitely have to bookmark this since my hubby and I are national park lovers, too like you! The coasters may have to be my favorite since I am sucker for all that vintage artwork.

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