Creative Collabs | Parks Project x Kammok Wants Kids To Hang In The Park

Kammok, makers of high quality, bright & colorful, and incredibly well-made hammocks (a Camp City favorite) has partnered up with a clothing brand with a mission. Parks Project creates fun graphic tees and shirts, totes and an accessory line that includes a retro-fashioned notebook cover that may just make you want to go out and document some leaves. And that’s the idea.

What are these two kindred brands doing together? They have partnered to create the “Hanging in the Parks” initiative. The goal? Raise the funding to send 1,000 fourth graders on a life-changing adventure to our national parks. It is part of the National Park Foundation’s Open OutDoors for Kids program, a youth program that aims to get 4th graders and their families outside to experience all of our country’s national treasures. Which, by the way, are numerous and often free

Also: Spotlight | Parks Project Gives Back to our National Forests

Tree huggers rejoice because this product lineup is for you. The Hanging in the Parks bundle includes a Limited Edition forest green Kammok Roo Hammock, Python straps (Kammok’s impressive suspension system that allows you to quickly post up between any two suitable trees), a Limited Edition Hanging in the Parks t-shirt and a sticker. All this, for just $150.

What it does is even better: a donation of $10 from every bundle purchased will go to Open Outdoor for Kids, up to $10,000. Supplies are limited.