Isle Royale National Park: Chocolate Moose By Kenneth Crane, Joel Anderson, 2020
- Isle Royale National Park: Chocolate Moose
What a place to be! Nestled in the northern waters of pristine Lake Superior, Isle Royale National Park offers peace, quiet, and freedom from the hustle and bustle of urban civilization and all the craziness that goes along with it. Isle Royale National Park is the least-visited of the National Parks, giving visitors peace and quiet and an excellent emersion into nature. Visitors can explore 206 square miles of rugged forests, sloping hills, beaches, inlets, and hiking trails. Established as a National Park in 1940, the island is any adventurer’s ideal travel destination. Hand-illustrated and captured forever in the iconic WPA art style of the early 20th Century, this American National Parks poster by Anderson Design Group is a nostalgic reminder of the serene beauty of Lake Superior. Available in poster format or as a print, banner, notecard, postcard, canvas, or metal sign, this artwork would look great on any wall. And to learn more about the island, check out the website for the Isle Royale & Keweenaw Parks Association.