National Park Service Passport Stamp Locations
24 Sites in the National Historic District Taking Part in Program
The Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation and partners throughout the Valley have joined the National Park Service’s Passport Program. 24 sites in the National Historic District have become “cancellation stations” where you can collect free cancellation stamps. Click here to download and print a list of participating sites in the Valley.
The Passport To Your National Parks® program, launched in 1986, provides information and encourages visitation to all of America’s national parks and many National Heritage Area sites. It includes a passport book that lists all national parks in the United States and U.S. territories, and provides space for ‘cancellation’ stamps which can be found in almost every national park in the system – and at many National Heritage Sites, now including the Shenandoah Valley Battlefields National Historic District. If you don’t already have a National Park Passport book, you can order one directly from the Eastern National website here. This spiral-bound booklet allows you to collect and store stamps available at National Parks and Heritage Areas throughout the United States.