Katmai National Park and Preserve Map Insulated Water Bottle

Did you know that Katmai National Park and Preserve in Alaska is home to the world's highest concentration of brown bears? During the peak salmon season, these majestic creatures can be seen fishing in the Brooks River, creating a spectacular wildlife viewing experience. Spanning over 4 million acres, Katmai National Park and Preserve is larger than Connecticut, offering visitors endless outdoor adventures, from hiking through rugged terrain to exploring stunning volcanic landscapes.

Looks good? Check. Durable? Check. The McGovern 25 oz stainless steel water bottle has all of the bells and whistles. This bottle fits most car cup holders, backpack side pockets, and crossbody bags for on-the-go hydration. Additionally, it features a screw-on lid with a carrying loop. 

Features and Care

  • Double-walled to keep contents cold or hot (20 hours cold or 8 hours hot)
  • Leakproof
  • Wide mouth cap with a two-finger grip 
  • Lightweight (under 13 oz!)
  • Powder-coated and chip-resistant
  • Hand-wash only
  • Stainless steel 

The official Park water bottle approved by the National Park Service for Katmai National Park and Preserve. Maps are not intended for compass orientation.

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