Initially created as part of the Depression era Works Progress Administration, Catoctin Mountain Park became part of the National Park Service in 1936. Today, thousands visit yearly to experience its natural beauty and take advantage of the region's recreational activities.
The beautiful artwork on this pin depicts someone fly fishing in a stream. An inviting cabin sits off to the left, while the Catoctin peaks rise in the distance.
At your next formal event, wear this pin as a conversation starter. You can tell stories of your travels through this amazing place or discuss its history as a source of much-needed employment during The Great Depression!
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