Our goal is to enhance each visitor's appreciation of public lands by providing quality educational materials, both free and for sale, in our outlets in park visitor centers, other agency contact stations, and through our online catalog.
Headed to Arches? Floating the San Juan River? Our travel kits contain suggested items for all areas covered by CNHA.
Where are you headed?
Anasazi Heritage Center
Arches National Park
Canyon Rims Recreation Area
Canyonlands National Park
Canyons of the Ancients
Cedar Mesa & Grand Gulch Primitive Area
Dark Canyon Wilderness Area
Desolation / Gray Canyons
Hovenweep National Monument
Manti-La Sal National Forest
Natural Bridges National Monument
Nine Mile Canyon
San Juan River
San Rafael Swell
Gifts & Souvenirs
Medals & Tokens
Stuffed Animals & Puppets
Advice from a Canyon Magnet
Advice from a Canyon: Carve out a place for yourself - Aspire to new plateaus - Don't get boxed in - It's OK to be a little off the wall - Reach Deep!
Advice from an Arch Magnet
Advice from an Arch: Stand the test of time - Span new horizons - Find windows of opportunity - Reveal your inner strengths - Stay ahead of the Curve!
Advice from a Lizard Magnet
Soak up some sun - Snap up opportunities - Be a colorful character - Appreciate stillness - Be dashing!
Kokopelli Rock Art Magnet
Kokopelli is an iconic rock art image found across the American Southwest. You'll enjoy having this reminder of the wonders of ancient rock art wherever you display this magnet.
Moab Man Rock Art Magnet
The fascinating image of the famous Moab Man petroglyph on this high quality clay magnet is actually chiseled into the red rock colored surface like the real thing!
Delicate Arch Metal Magnet
Metal Delicate Arch magnet will remind you of this red rock wonder, the most famous natural stone arch in Utah and known around the world!
Big Horn With Flute Rock Art Magnet
A bighorn sheep rears up, flute in hands. Kokopelli-like animals depicted in rock art are very rare. This petroglyh is located on Sand Island near Bluff, Utah.
Moab Mutt Rock Art Magnet
This magnet shows a canine petroglph located above the Moab Golf Course. Dogs were likely used by ancient peoples as companions, for hunting and for guards.
Moab Man Rock Art Magnet
This famous Moab area petroglyph is located on a prominent rocky bluff overlooking the Moab Golf Course.
3-D Magnet Mesa Arch
3-D magnet featuring the ever famous Mesa Arch in Canyonlands National Park.
3-D Magnet Hovenweep
Awesome view of Hovenweep Castle in Hovenweep National Monument.
3-D Magnet Turret Arch
3-D Magnet Delicate Arch, Winter
3-D Magnet featuring Delicate Arch in a majestic winter scene.
Mini-Magnets Arches National Park
Moab Information Center
Canyonlands Natural History Association (435) 259-6003 (800) 840-8978
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