Win a Wildlife and Wild Skies Adventure

Our National Parks are the perfect place to go wildlife watching or stargazing. Enter to win gear from Celestron and more. Winner chooses a Grand Canyon or Yellowstone Prize Package.

Choose Your Adventure - Grand Canyon or Yellowstone

Grand Canyon Wildlife Watching and Stargazing

Condor flying in the Grand Canyon

Use your new Celestron binoculars to watch rare condors, falcons, bighorn sheep, mule deer, and maybe even mountain lions. Our tour partner will take you to the best spots in the Grand Canyon area for wildlife watching and viewing the magnificent vistas. Experience the sunset at Hopi Point, then head to Yavapai Point to gaze at the award-winning starry sky. Afterwards, relax at in your luxury hotel room. But, don't sleep too late! Sunrise at Yaki Point is gorgeous.

Where to Setup a Telescope in the Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon Wildlife Guide

Yellowstone Wildlife Watching and Stargazing

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Use your new Celestron binoculars to watch grizzly bears, wolves, eagles, and bison in Yellowstone's northern range. Our tour partner will take you to the best spots in the Yellowstone area for wildlife watching and viewing the geysers and colorful pools. Watch the sunset over the Grand Tetons while moose graze in the meadows, then head to Old Faithful and watch the stars over the famous geyser. Afterwards, relax at a luxury hotel room. But, you may want to get up early because morning is one of the best times to spot wolves out on the hunt.

Stargazing in Yellowstone

See Amazing Wildlife in Yellowstone

Enter our contest April 29 - May 26, 2014 and you could win a Wildlife Watching and Stargazing Adventure. Trouble seeing the form below? Enter here

Great Gear for Wildlife Watching from Celestron

Nature DX 8x32 Binocular

Celestron's Nature DX 8x32 binoculars are the perfect companion for your next outdoor adventure. A great first step into the world of serious sport optics, the views through Nature DX rival those of more expensive binoculars, at a price to fit your budget.

COSMOS Tree of Life 10x42 Binocular

View the natural world up close with the COSMOS Tree of Life 10x42 Binocular by Celestron, inspired by COSMOS: A SPACETIME ODYSSEY. Designed for optimum views of wildlife and landscapes, Tree of Life Binoculars feature phase-coated BaK-4 prisms and fully multi-coated optics for great image detail.

AstroMaster 70AZ Telescope

If you're looking for a dual-purpose telescope appropriate for both terrestrial and celestial viewing, then the AstroMaster Series is for you. Take AstroMaster out under the stars during your next camping trip for bright, clear images of the Moon, the rings of Saturn, moons of Jupiter, and so much more.

LandScout 50 mm Spotting Scope

The easy-to-use LandScout spotting scope is perfect for any outdoor activity. The compact, lightweight design is ideal for carrying with you on a backpacking trip or hiking excursion. You'll be able to quickly set up this spotting scope and use the 10-30x zoom to get in close to the action.


Hiking in the Grand Canyon

Win the Grand 6 Road Trip

This trip takes you to all 5 of Utah's national parks plus the Grand Canyon for a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Enter from Dec 17, 2018 to Feb 27, 2020.

Route 66 Road Trip

Win a Route 66 Grand Canyon Vacation

Drive the iconic stretch of the Mother Road from New Mexico to Arizona, ending with a 3-day Grand Canyon hiking vacation with lodging and meals.

Win a Helicopter Tour

Win a Grand Canyon Helicopter Tour with Papillon

Two prize winners will each receive a certificate toward two complimentary seats on Papillon's North Canyon Helicopter Tour departing from Grand Canyon National Park Airport (Prize value $398)

National Park Posters

Vote For Your Favorite National Park Poster and Win

See the results... What is America's favorite National Park Poster?

USA Today Ken Burns interview video about the Grand Canyon

Secrets of the Grand Canyon by Ken Burns

Watch the USA Today video interview of Ken Burns to learn about the hidden gems of the Grand Canyon National Park.

Celestron Star Gazing with a Telescope

3 Best Places to Gaze at Night Skies in the Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon's night skies are exceptionally dark, making the park a fantastic place for stargazing.

Grand Canyon Parashant International Night Sky Province

Grand Canyon-Parashant Designated Flawless Skies

The Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument has been awarded international "Night Sky Province" status for its unspoiled quality of its pristine and breathtaking night skies.

2016 Road Trip Winner Raven Bailey

Winner of 2015 Grand 6 Road Trip – Photos and Stories

Raven Bailey won our Grand 6 Road Trip Sweepstakes in 2015. She and two of her friends had a great time traveling in Arizona and Utah. See her comments and photos.

Kid in the Grand Canyon looking through a telescope

4th Graders Can Visit Parks Free For a Year

Students in the 4th grade can get a free annual entry pass for their family to more than 2,000 federal recreation areas, including national parks.