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17 Posters That Will Inspire You to See America

Find your old backpack, lace up your hiking boots, and prepare to take in the beauty of America’s national parks. These new See America project posters are sure to get you planning your next national park trip. The National Parks Conservation Association partnered with the Creative Action Network (CAN) to revive the 1930’s New Deal-era “See America” posters. We’re crowd-sourcing artwork from all 50 states to celebrate our most beautiful and adventurous places. Here are some of our favorites, but you can explore more than 650 posters and support the artists at

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12. Acadia National Park

Annie Riker / Via

“I was inspired by learning Acadia is the first place to see the sunrise in the entire United States. My poster has warm sunrise colors met, by watercolor brushstrokes to show how I felt in the park." –Annie Riker, Artist

16. Golden Gate National Recreation Area

David Hays / Via

“As a lifelong resident of California and a previous resident of San Francisco, there is no sight more awe inspiring and majestic than this iconic red beauty spanning across the bay. A testament to the ingenuity, artistry and spirit of San Francisco.” -David Hays, Artist