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We know how nature and our National Parks can change lives. It’s our mission to create products that not only inspire all people and generations to get outside, but also to preserve these sacred spaces. Nature is a space for all of us to belong and feel like we have come home.
This winter season, treat yourself to a cuddle in a cup with one of the McGovern Outdoor Mugs. Our inside-out latte mug is an instant classic! The vintage map on the interior and hand-drawn cartouche on the exterior make this a handsome vessel for your morning coffee or tea. The perfect gift for any traveler. Collect them all!
With snowy landscapes, visiting the National Parks in the winter can be magical. On the other hand, with slippery roads, low visibility, and locations hours away from emergency services, you want to be prepared. Here are some tips and advice to help you navigate wintery conditions at National Parks.
Going on a hike to bask in nature is not just for humans, but also for dogs. Taking your four-legged friend with you on your next exploration allows your pup to enjoy the outdoors and get a little bit of exercise in. There are many dog-friendly National Parks (and there are a few that are not). Keep reading to learn about which national parks you should explore with your dog and what gear to bring with you when you go on your next adventure.