Enter The Outbound's National Park Service Centennial Story Contest

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Celebrate 100 years of America's best idea

On August 25th, the National Park Service celebrates 100 years of doing what they do best, caring for our most treasured public lands.

We know you love the parks and we want to hear from you! In honor of the centennial, share your story about the national parks on The Outbound. The story can be anything you want; write about why the parks are so important or share a story about your most memorable adventure in the park. Tell us about the history of your favorite park and why it’s unique. Discuss ways you think we can all help the National Park Service support the parks. Whatever it is you want to share about the national parks, our community wants to hear about it!

Winners

We’ll select 3 stories and hook those folks up with an Outbound T-shirt, hat, koozie and stickers to rep in the wild.

How to Enter

When you submit your story, include #NPS100 in the title and share it on social media. The contest is open for submissions from August 15th until August 24th. We’ll select the winners and announce them on the 25th.

Published: August 12, 2016

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