Attractive vintage map of Olympic National Park in western Washington. The map shows the borders of the national park and indicates many campgrounds, hiking trails, amenities, and more.
The peninsula shows the numerous peaks of the park, along with their elevations. The displayed pictorial style is attractive and distinctively mid-century.
The verso of the map includes several photos of the park and text. The text tries to educate new campers as to why certain regulations are in place, for example stating that cats and dogs must be kept on leashes "not to be discriminatory" but rather to preserve wildlife.
Founded first as a National Monument in 1909 and subsequently as a National Park in 1938, the park is known for its temperate rain forests as well as its high alpine peaks.