This is a complete list of all the US National Parks, including Passport Stamps (Cancellations) from the ones I've been to. You can either click on the map, or on the text to access a state. The numbers in () show how many national parks I have been to versus how many there are. It is my goal to get to all of them. I have been to all 50 states, and 10 countries. I am 26 years old, and I graduated from MIT.
Over the near term, the descriptions for each national park will be updated. Links to each National Park homepage and map will be provided as well.
Parkstamps.org, featuring the master list of every known stamp in the National Parks of America.
National Parks (366/392) with Passport Stamps (613 stamps) -- stamps not updated yet
This site is intended to only show the "official" 392 National Park Sites. In the cases where I have visited other units, I have included those stamps,
but any additional stamps are not listed for these "non-392" parks that I have not visited. This may be a future addition to this webpage.
FAQ about America's National Parks
Q: How many National Parks are there in the US?
Q: Are there cancellations for all of them?
A: No. Hohokam Pima NM (AZ) is inaccessible and does not have a stamp. Poverty Point NM (LA) also does not have a stamp.
Q: Scott, do you get stamps from places you haven't been?
A: No. I will only stamp my passport book if I have been to the place on the stamp. In general, I'll stamp other stamps on a piece of paper, in case I visit the site later.
Q: Where can I find out more?
A: Parkstamps.org, home of the National Park Travelers Club. Also, check out NPS.gov.