Catoctin Mountain Park was developed during the 1930s as part of F.D.R's Works Progress Administration. Hundreds of unemployed Americans developed the area for recreational use, while earning essential income during The Great Depression.
In 1936, a northern portion of what was called the Catoctin Recreational Demonstration Area was transferred to the National Park Service to become Catoctin Mountain Park. Another smaller area became the presidential retreat Camp David.
This hiking stick medallion bears a raised representation of the craggy landscape of the Catoctin peaks with a slightly reflective metal finish. Pick it up to remember your visit, or as a way to show your appreciation for the National Park Service!
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