Award-Winning Family Board Game for National Park Lovers
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"This is our new favorite family board game. I was skeptical when my wife brought it up as a Christmas gift idea, thinking it was "educational" in the usual boring way. Not at all! This is a real strategy game that also happens to introduce the national parks as a bonus. Our 6-year old daughter picked it up right away, and now asks her grandparents to play it and everyone is happy to oblige."
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Why People Love Trekking the National Parks
“The most fun board game to play this year is Trekking the National Parks.”
"Like good books, travel-themed board games take your eyes off your screen and your mind far away."
"This decorated game has scooped up many awards, including the Parent's Choice Award."
The Perfect Gift for any National Parks Fan
It's earned a Parents' Choice Award, a Mensa Award, and many others. This game also has more than 3,000 5-star reviews on Amazon! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
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Earn Stones on Your Journey
Another part of the game's strategy is to collect stone during your travels. You could earn a lot of extra points if you plan your route carefully.
So Many Parks to See!
There are so many parks to see and learn about during your travels.
A perfect game for:
Anyone Who Loves National Parks!
Whether you've been to 4 or 44 national parks, this game is the perfect gift for anyone who loves traveling to national parks and public lands. It'll bring back so many memories and help you plan future journeys.
We all need more breaks from screens, and this game is the perfect way to put that practice into action. Yes, parents have told us that kids love this even more than video games.
Family Game Night
If you want a board that game that everyone in the family can enjoy, this is it. With many different ways to strategize and play, it'll have everyone playing until the very end.
Meet the family behind the game
After retiring, John & Terry achieved their lifelong goal of visiting all the national parks. After returning home, their son, Charlie, helped them make a board game about it. Now the game has sold over 300,000 copies and has been awarded countless times!