Show your Adirondack pride wherever you call home. The shape of the Blueline (the outline of the park) takes center stage and features the Eastern Pine, the most prolific tree in the Adirondacks, in its center.
Brown and yellow are the shades of the road, trail and welcome signs found throughout the park. Together, the brown, green and yellow are a reminder of the many experiences that the Adirondacks offer: touring a great camp, relaxing outside a lean-to, looking out from a rocky mountain overlook, or hiking a high peak.
The flag is designed to celebrate the best of the park and serve as an iconic symbol of the Adirondacks.
AND, the creator of the Adirondack Flag is supporting a thriving Adirondack Park and community by donating 10% of all proceeds to not-for-profits within the Park. Giving is focused on environmental stewardship, economic vitality and educational opportunity.
The flag measures 59" wide x 34" long.