Our National Parks Visitor Passport
As well as collecting great memories from your visit to one of our family of 15 National Parks, now you can collect stamps in a specially-designed 'visitor passport'.
It's great fun to do, whatever your age. So whether you are hiking in the Highlands or ambling along towpaths, making tracks across the moors or boating in the Broads, don't forget to pop into a National Park visitor centre to get your passport stamped.
You'll find all the information below to get you started, details of where to get your passport stamped and how to tell us about your travels. We'd love to hear your stories - especially if you make it to all 15 parks!
How to take part
1. Print off a passport or collect one from a Visitor Centre
2. Visit as many National Parks as you want to, do something different, and remember to take some photos!
3. At each National Park, get your passport stamped at one of the listed Visitor Centres
4. Tell us your stories. You can upload photos and movies too, and you could find yourself on this website!
Print your passport
Or pick up a paper passport at the Visitor Centres
Where to get your stamps
Addresses, maps and opening hours of the Visitor Information Centres to get your passport stamped:
Share your experiences
We'd love to hear about your experiences as you travel around the National Parks.
If you tried a new activity, ate something different, saw a wonderful view, or just had a special day with special people, tell us all about it!