Acadia Sailing Sun Catcher - Shop Americas National Parks

Acadia Sailing Sun Catcher

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Acadia National Park was the first national park on the east coast. It went through a bit of an identity crisis - first it was named Sieur de Monts by President Woodrow Wilson, then Congress changed it Lafayette National Park in 1919, and finally it was named to the Acadia we know and love in 1929. This sun catcher features a sailing ship in front of Harbor Head Lighthouse with a whale tail sticking out to remind you of the amazing biodiversity within in the park and along its shores. Commemorate the beautiful sunsets and sunrises of Acadia National Park with this sun catcher.

Product Details
  • 3.5'' diameter
  • Made in the U.S.A.
  • Collectible
  • Made of acrylic plastic

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