What’s crystal clear, bright as the moon, weighs less than 3 AA batteries, and fits in the palm of your hand? An Oregon State Parks solar lantern! These energy efficient “flashlights” collapse to almost nothing for easy packing and charging. What a great idea to tuck in your travel bag, store in your car, or include in your emergency kit.
Hats off to the Oregon State Parks disc golf set! Designed for the beginner, this set includes driver, mid-range, and putter style discs that provide superior grip and perform well in most weather conditions. Each disc commemorates the 11 Oregon State Parks with disc golfing courses!
Comes with a straw lid for easy sipping and an extra loop lid for easy carrying--a $5 value!
Click on image to see black bottle.
Waiting for the perfect holiday gift for your canine sidekick? Well your wait is over. Be the hero for your thoughtfulness with this hardy, collapsible travel bowl for water on the go. No more lapping from a disposable squirt bottle. Click on image to see blue bowl.
It’s a crisp winter day. Wouldn’t it be nice to hike to your favorite remote spot, sit down and enjoy a steaming hot beverage? Our double-wall, vacuum-insulated stainless steel bottles are ideal for keeping liquids hot (or cold) for hours on the trail. They will keep you as refreshed as the moment you started your hike.
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.
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