Mammoth Cave National Park By Michael Korfhage, Joel Anderson, 2015
- Mammoth Cave National Park
Mammoth Cave National Park is the longest cave in the world, with more than 400 miles of surveyed passages. The park earns its name “Mammoth” as it would take visitors weeks spent underground to explore all that the cave has to offer. Thankfully, many of the cave’s most spectacular attractions can be seen in a day. Anderson Design Group creates vintage national parks posters to show pride and nostalgia for our parks, so our series would not be complete without an early-1900s rendition of the world’s longest cave system. In this handcrafted national parks print, ADG captured the looming majesty of the caves in vintage illustration. Order your own travel art as a keepsake, or send this print to your favorite, cave-loving nephew! To learn more about the caves, visit the Hands on the Land group.