For those who love Maine, and incredible national parks on the ocean, this Acadia National Park Plank Map would look great at your beach house or home. Established as a national monument in 1916, Acadia was made the first national park established east of the Mississippi in 1919 and is still the only national park in the northeast.
While John D. Rockefeller Jr., the only son of John D. Rockefeller, is widely associated with the formation of Acadia National Park, the real doer was George Dorr who first visited Mt. Desert island in 1868. Acadia preserves about half of Mount Desert Island, part of Isle au Haut, the tip of the Schoodic Peninsula and portions of 16 smaller outlying islands. It protects the natural beauty of the rocky headlands including the highest mountain, Cadillac and worth watching a sunrise from the peak, along the Atlantic coast.
Plank maps are made from .75" thick premium pine to ensure a clean and beautiful look, the dimensions are 16" W x 11" H and come "ready to hang" with a 1" long sawtooth bracket.
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