Theodore Roosevelt National Park Map
Brand Muir Way
Our Theodore Roosevelt National Park poster is available as either an art paper print (framed or unframed) or a canvas gallery wrap ready to hang. It is offered in a variety of sizes and in all 21 of our color palettes.
Theodore Roosevelt National Park encompasses over 70,000 acres in the badlands of North Dakota. It is made up of three sections, the North Unit, the South Unit, and the smaller Elkhorn Ranch Unit (which is not represented on this map). It was established as a National Park in 1978 after becoming a National Wildlife Refuge in 1946. Theodore Roosevelt first came to North Dakota in 1883 to hunt Bison in the Badlands and later built several ranches there. He was a vital contributor to conservation policies and greatly expanded our National Park and Forest systems.
We print all of our designs ourselves on the highest quality materials made in the USA. We use an award winning Canon ipf8300 printer with their 12 color inkset to get the most vibrant colors that will last a lifetime.
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- Paper-Archival, heavyweight and thick 310g 100% cotton, white art paper with a textured matte surface.
- With Reclaimed Wood Frame-Handmade frames made with reclaimed wood from the Clinton Woolen Mill founded in 1866 in Michigan. They are each unique with a natural oil finish, 1.75" face and .75" rough cut sides.
- With Black Wood Frame-Clean matte black frame with a 1.25" face and 1" thick.
- Canvas-Gallery wrapped using heavyweight 400g, archival canvas. It's protected with a satin varnish, and stretched around a 1.5 inch pine wood frame, ready to hang.