The National Parks Scavenger Hunt

A Family-Friendly Way to Explore All 63 Parks


By Stacy Tornio

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This item is a preorder. Your payment method will be charged immediately, and the product is expected to ship on or around May 9, 2023. This date is subject to change due to shipping delays beyond our control.

This fun-filled guide shares an exciting scavenger hunt for every American National Park—featuring natural history factoids and fun and educational ways to get kids engaged with nature.

Are you planning a trip to one of America's majestic national parks? The National Parks Scavenger Hunt will help you explore all 63 parks, from Acadia to Zion. A bucket list, game, and adventure all in one, this book will help adventurers of all ages learn fascinating facts about our nation's most iconic landmarks. By reading short descriptions of each item and them finding them, parents, caregivers, and kids alike can tally points in a friendly competition and make unforgettable memories along the way. Filled with colorful illustrations to help identify spectacular flora and fauna, you will want this in hand as you visit every park. 

  • “This scavenger-hunt travel guide gives families an option for keeping kids engaged during their time in the park and helps to add breadth and depth (and a bit of competition) to their park experience…A fun encouragement to get out in nature.”
  • “For travelers with young passengers this summer, or for the young at heart, why not try to gamify your trip? This colorful book by Tornio provides must-see checklists for every national park.”
    425 Magazine

On Sale
May 9, 2023
Page Count
236 pages
Timber Press

Stacy Tornio

Stacy Tornio

About the Author

Stacy Tornio is the author of more than fifteen books for families and kids, including 101 Outdoor Adventures to Have Before You Grow Up and The Kids’ Outdoor Adventure Book, both recipients of National Outdoor Book Awards. She is a former editor of Birds & Blooms magazine and currently runs the website Be A Good Human, which is aimed at getting more kids and families outside.

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