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National Park Themed Decor & Gifts

  • Zion Dish Towel
    Zion Dish Towel - catstudio
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  • Zion Hand-Embroidered Pillow
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  • Zion National Park Zip Pouch - Natural
    Zion National Park Zip Pouch - Natural Pouch catstudio
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  • Zion Thermal Tumbler
    Zion Thermal Tumbler (Set of 4) - PREORDER Thermal Tumbler catstudio
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At catsudio, we celebrate our national treasures and America’s national parks. Bring the beauty of the great outdoors into your home with a beautiful collection of home decor and gifts. 

Why Choose catstudio’s National Park Decor?

Who wouldn't want a daily dose of adventure right in their living room? Our national park decor will spruce up your space and help you relive those epic park adventures daily. 

Variety

Jump into the wild wonders of America with our national park art prints, thermal tumblers, dish towels, trays, and more!

Our wall art pieces featuring Yosemite National Park’s waterfalls and towering sequoias will leave you speechless. The breathtaking views we present of Grand Canyon National Park and Yellowstone National Park will have you yearning for your next adventure. 

You can choose from our Acadia hand-embroidered pillows, Big Bend fine art prints, Glacier thermal tumblers, Great Smoky Mountains dish towels, and much more! Each item in our collection is designed to transport you to your favorite park—minus the bears!

High Quality, Low Maintenance 

We know you've got better things to do than fuss over your decor. That's why our national park-themed products are top-notch in quality and easy to maintain. 

Perfect for Every Nature Lover 

Are you a seasoned hiker, a camper, or a nature enthusiast? This gift is perfect for that friend who dreams of their next outdoor adventure. Or as a little indulgence for yourself, serving as a gentle nudge to cherish the breathtaking beauty waiting just beyond your doorstep. 

Ready for a California road trip or dreaming of a cozy Christmas? Our national park collection brings that vintage vibe to any space. Explore the breathtaking beauty of Rocky Mountain, Acadia National Park, the Smoky Mountains, and Zion National Park with our curated decor.

Go Wild and Bring the Great Outdoors Home!

Explore our national parks collection today and enjoy the beautiful decor. With speedy shipping and easy returns, nabbing these nature-inspired gems is a breeze. Add your favorite item to your cart and checkout with just a few clicks.

Frequently Asked Questions

In Acadia National Park, you can hike iconic trails like Cadillac Mountain, explore scenic carriage roads, bike along Jordan Pond, enjoy panoramic views from Park Loop Road, and relax on picturesque beaches like Sand Beach.
In Adirondack Park, you can hike High Peaks trails, canoe or kayak in pristine lakes, explore charming towns like Lake Placid, visit the Wild Center Natural History Museum, and enjoy outdoor activities such as fishing and birdwatching.
In Big Bend National Park, you can explore Santa Elena Canyon, hike the Chisos Mountains trails, stargaze at the International Dark Sky Park, visit the historic Hot Springs, and float along the Rio Grande River. Enjoy birdwatching, admire the desert landscapes, and experience the unique flora and fauna of the Chihuahuan Desert.
  • In Glacier National Park, you can:
  • Hiking Trails: Explore numerous trails, like the Highline Trail and Grinnell Glacier Trail.
  • Boating: Enjoy boat rides on scenic lakes such as Lake McDonald.
  • Wildlife Viewing: Spot diverse wildlife, including bears, elk, and mountain goats.
  • Red Bus Tours: Take a historic red bus tour for a guided experience.
  • Photography: Capture stunning landscapes, glaciers, and alpine meadows.
  • Ranger Programs: Attend ranger-led programs to learn about the park's natural and cultural history.
  • Camping: Stay overnight in one of the campgrounds to experience the park after dark.
  • Fishing: Try fishing in designated areas for native trout.
  • Winter Activities: In winter, enjoy cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.
  • Visitor Centers: Visit the Apgar Visitor Center and others for information and exhibits.
  • Experience the park's diverse ecosystems, from alpine regions to dense forests, making it a haven for outdoor enthusiasts.
  • In Grand Teton National Park, you can:
  • Wildlife Viewing: Spot diverse wildlife, including moose, elk, and bison.
  • Scenic Drives: Take the Teton Park Road and Signal Mountain Summit Drive for stunning views.
  • Photography: Capture the iconic Teton Range, Snake River, and wildlife.
  • Boating: Enjoy canoeing or kayaking on Jackson Lake or take a scenic boat tour.
  • Climbing: For experienced climbers, attempt a climb in the Teton Range.
  • Ranger Programs: Attend ranger-led programs to learn about the park's natural and cultural history.
  • Fishing: Try fishing in designated areas for native cutthroat trout.
  • Camping: Stay in one of the park's campgrounds for a rustic experience.
  • Winter Activities: In winter, explore cross-country skiing and snowshoeing trails.
  • Visitor Centers: Visit the Craig Thomas Discovery and Visitor Center for information and exhibits.
  • Grand Teton National Park offers a mix of outdoor activities and stunning landscapes, making it a paradise for nature lovers and adventurers alike.
  • In the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in Tennessee, you can:
  • Scenic Drives: Drive along the Newfound Gap Road for breathtaking views.
  • Wildlife Watching: Spot diverse wildlife, such as black bears, deer, and elk.
  • Cades Cove: Experience the historic valley with preserved homesteads and wildlife.
  • Waterfalls: Visit popular waterfalls like Laurel Falls and Rainbow Falls.
  • Auto Tours: Take auto tours like the Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail.
  • Camping: Stay in one of the park's campgrounds for an immersive experience.
  • Picnicking: Enjoy picnics at designated areas with scenic views.
  • Wildflower Viewing: Witness a diverse array of wildflowers, especially in spring.
  • Ranger Programs: Attend ranger-led programs to learn about the park's natural and cultural history.
  • Fishing: Try fishing in designated areas for native trout.
  • Smoky Mountain Visitor Center: Visit the Sugarlands Visitor Center for information and exhibits.
  • The park offers a rich natural and cultural experience, with opportunities for outdoor activities and a connection with the region's history.
  • In Rocky Mountain National Park, you can:
  • Trail Ridge Road: Drive or bike along this scenic high-altitude road for breathtaking views.
  • Wildlife Viewing: Spot diverse wildlife, including elk, mule deer, and bighorn sheep.
  • Scenic Drives: In addition to Trail Ridge Road, enjoy other scenic drives like Old Fall River Road.
  • Photography: Capture stunning landscapes, wildflowers, and wildlife.
  • Camping: Stay overnight in one of the park's campgrounds for a true mountain experience.
  • Fishing: Try fishing in designated areas for native trout.
  • Winter Activities: Enjoy snowshoeing and cross-country skiing in winter.
  • Rock Climbing: For experienced climbers, attempt rock climbing routes in the park.
  • Visitor Centers: Visit the Beaver Meadows Visitor Center and others for information and exhibits.
  • Ranger Programs: Attend ranger-led programs to learn about the park's ecosystems and history.
  • The park's diverse ecosystems, high-altitude terrain, and stunning vistas make it a haven for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers.
  • In Yellowstone National Park, you can:
  • Wildlife Viewing: Spot diverse wildlife, including grizzly bears, wolves, bison, and elk.
  • Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone: Marvel at the stunning canyon with waterfalls like Lower Falls and Upper Falls.
  • Lamar Valley: Visit for excellent wildlife viewing, especially wolves and bison.
  • Yellowstone Lake: Enjoy the scenic beauty of the largest high-altitude lake in North America.
  • Hiking Trails: Explore a variety of trails, from easy walks to challenging hikes.
  • Scenic Drives: Drive along the Grand Loop Road for access to major attractions.
  • Fishing: Try fishing in designated areas for native trout.
  • Camping: Stay overnight in one of the park's campgrounds to immerse yourself in nature.
  • Ranger Programs: Attend ranger-led programs to learn about the park's geology, ecology, and history.
  • Yellowstone Visitor Centers: Visit centers like Old Faithful Visitor Education Center for information and exhibits.
  • Yellowstone offers a unique blend of geothermal wonders, wildlife, and natural beauty, making it a must-visit destination for nature enthusiasts.
  • In Yosemite National Park, you can:
  • Waterfalls: Witness breathtaking waterfalls, including Yosemite Falls and Bridalveil Fall.
  • Glacier Point: Enjoy panoramic views of the park's iconic landmarks.
  • Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias: Explore a grove of towering sequoia trees, including the famous Grizzly Giant.
  • Hiking Trails: Choose from a variety of trails, such as the Mist Trail and Upper Yosemite Falls Trail.
  • Tunnel View: Take in a classic view of El Capitan, Bridalveil Fall, and Half Dome.
  • Wildlife Watching: Spot diverse wildlife, including black bears, mule deer, and coyotes.
  • Rock Climbing: For experienced climbers, Yosemite offers world-renowned climbing routes.
  • Photography: Capture stunning landscapes and unique rock formations.
  • Camping: Stay overnight in one of the park's campgrounds for a true wilderness experience.
  • Yosemite Village: Visit for amenities, dining, and information centers.
  • Ranger Programs: Attend ranger-led programs to learn about the park's natural and cultural history.
  • Yosemite National Park is renowned for its towering cliffs, waterfalls, sequoias, and diverse ecosystems, providing a haven for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers.
  • In Zion National Park, you can:
  • Angel's Landing: Hike this iconic trail for panoramic views of the canyon.
  • The Narrows: Walk through the Virgin River in the narrowest section of the canyon.
  • Emerald Pools: Hike to the lush, green pools at various difficulty levels.
  • Observation Point: Hike or take a shuttle to this viewpoint offering stunning vistas.
  • Weeping Rock: Visit this unique rock alcove with dripping springs.
  • Canyon Overlook Trail: Take a short hike for a stunning overlook of the canyon.
  • Riverside Walk: Enjoy an easy stroll along the Virgin River.
  • Rock Climbing: For experienced climbers, Zion offers challenging routes.
  • Wildlife Viewing: Spot diverse wildlife, including bighorn sheep and mule deer.
  • Camping: Stay overnight in one of the park's campgrounds for an immersive experience.
  • Visitor Centers: Visit the Zion Canyon Visitor Center for information and exhibits.
  • Zion National Park's red rock landscapes, towering cliffs, and unique geological formations make it a haven for outdoor adventurers and nature enthusiasts.
  • To make a national park trip more memorable:
  • Capture Moments: Take photos and videos to document your experiences and create lasting memories.
  • Connect with Nature: Immerse yourself in the natural surroundings, whether it's stargazing, birdwatching, or enjoying sunrise and sunset views.
  • Try New Things: Venture outside your comfort zone by trying activities like camping, wildlife spotting, or exploring lesser-known trails.
  • Learn About the Park: Educate yourself about the park's history, geology, and wildlife to enhance your understanding and appreciation.
  • Respect Nature: Follow Leave No Trace principles to minimize your impact on the environment and preserve the park for future generations.
  • Engage with Rangers: Attend ranger-led programs or talks to gain insights into the park's ecology and cultural significance.
  • Disconnect: Take breaks from technology to fully experience the tranquility and beauty of the natural surroundings.
  • Share the Experience: Share your experiences with friends and family, inspiring others to appreciate and visit national parks.
  • Embrace Serendipity: Allow room for spontaneous moments and unexpected discoveries, making the trip more authentic and memorable.