Your canine (or feline) BFF deserves some bling. They will be the envy of the dog park—or catio—when they sport this 1½″ colorful replica of the state park shield on their collar. Hard enamel coated with a protective epoxy dome. Sturdy and stylish. Suitable for engraving on reverse. Want to keep the bling for yourself? The tag comes with two split rings for use as a key chain.
Meet our unbreakable alternative to the milk glass. This children's cup is squishably, irresistibly kid proof. Perfect for child-size hands, our 8 fluid ounce Silipint™ cup keeps cold drinks cold and hot drinks hot. Durable, versatile and made of 100% food-grade silicone.
Your little hiker will love this Junior Ranger cinch sack. Perfect for carrying our Junior Ranger water bottle and treasures found along the trail. Comes in green/black.
Everyone needs a slick way to carry a little something when out on the trail, right? If you’re a fan of all things Oregon State Parks, this deluxe cinch sack hits the bullseye. It easily doubles as a backpack, with convenient side pockets to keep beverages and must-haves at hand, while being light as a feather. Comes in blue/black.
December Sale. $5 off regular price!
Valid for 12 months from the month purchased, the parking permit is honored at all 25 Oregon State Parks that charge a parking fee. The permit is valid only in parks operated by Oregon State Parks (see map of parks charging a day-use parking fee), and cannot be used for camping or extra vehicle fees.
If you're camping at a state park, you don't need a day-use parking permit. Just display your current state park camping receipt on your dashboard.