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National Park Mystery Photo 2: Where In the National Park System Does Puck Reside?


Ahhh Shakespeare, how much has the Bard given to literature? One character, of course, is Puck, from A Midsummer Night's Dream. Interestingly, there's at least one place in the National Park System where you can find Puck these days.

Of course, with nearly 400 units in the parks, this elfish character could actually be in several locations. To find this one, though, you have to be pretty observant. Shakespeare referred to Puck as "that merry wanderer of the night," and some might say this iteration is busiest at night.

But where is he?


Andiron, Upper mUsic Room, Scotty's Castle, Death Valley National Park.

According to the park, this is a figure of Pan, not Puck.

Well done, well done.

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