National Park of American Samoa By Michael Korfhage, Joel Anderson, 2015
- National Park of American Samoa
While each national park brings something different to the table, the National Park of American Samoa is truly a park like no other. About 9,000 acres of the island park is on land, and 4,500 acres of the park is comprised of coral reef and protected ocean. Visitors to the park snorkel among the reefs and off the park’s many beaches. Others choose to hike through the tropical rain forests of the lush green park, a truly unique experience as this is the only national park that resides south of the equator. Inspired by the park’s vibrant luster, Anderson Design Group handcrafted this vintage national parks poster in a style reminiscent of the turn of the century. To learn about America’s most foreign-yet-still-national park, check out what the American Conservation Experience is up to.