With its granite cliff-tops and thick pine trees jutting right up to the craggy coastline, Acadia National Park is a New England paradise. What was once a rich man's summer playground has become a quiet public refuge from the busy and crowded city life of the Northeast. A glacier-formed archipelago, Acadia National Park (located on Mount Desert Island) features one of the largest mountains on the East Coast and America's only known fjord in the Atlantic Ocean. A 19th-century lighthouse sits in the background of this puzzle design while the tail-end of a whale enjoying Bay Harbor can be seen in the foreground. This timeless, early 20th-century style illustration was created by the award-winning Anderson Design Group. With an unwavering commitment to classic illustration and to America’s greatest natural treasures, Anderson Design Group has created a master poster series of all 60 National Parks.


  • True South puzzles are made with 80-point blue board, which creates a thicker puzzle piece with a more solid "hand."
  • All of our puzzles are stamped with metal dies made by one of the few artists in the world who creates jigsaw puzzle die masters by hand.
  • Puzzle images are created in a collaborative effort between artists and True South to highlight unique facts carefully researched about each location. Fun facts are listed on the back and inner sides of boxes.

Acadia Whale Watching