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If you’re serious about getting to know America, you’re going to need maps. Here’s a guide to finding all of the free maps you’ll ever need.
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
- Washington DC
- West Virginia
From the art colonies in Sedona to the big-city hustle of Phoenix, there’s a bit of something for everyone. You can even visit the South Rim of the Grand Canyon with your free state map. Visit this link to explore the DOT’s interactive maps.
Explore Little Rock Central High School to learn more about the desegregation of schools in America, the Crystal Bridges Museum and more. To find Hot Springs National Park and other attractions, get your free state map and do some exploring with the DOT maps.
This is a huge state that boasts an unending list of attractions. From the man-made wonders of Disneyland to the natural wonders of Yosemite, the family is bound to enjoy a visit to the Golden State. Begin your adventure by getting a free state map and discovering the interactive maps from the DOT.
Mountains are the highlight here. Hike in the Rockies, ski throughout the winter and mountain bike in the summer. Don’t forget to find Mesa Verde National Park on your free state map, and then learn more about navigating the state with the DOT’s interactive maps.
This New England state is a wonderland for those who enjoy the ocean and charming rural areas. Be sure to put top attractions like the Mark Twain House on your list. Use your free state map and DOT interactive maps to chart your adventure.
A Mid-Atlantic state, Delaware is a fascinating destination that includes historic homes dating to the 17th century and beautiful beaches. Start your explorations with a free state map from the Delaware tourism website or the DOT.
Home to the theme park capital of the world, there’s much more to discover in this diverse state. Chart your trip to Everglades National Park, the Kennedy Space Center, Miami Beach’s Art Deco District and more using a free state map from the tourism department and the MyFlorida Transportation Map from the DOT.
From the World of Coca-Cola to the Atlanta Botanical Garden, Georgia is chock-full of fun things to do. Find your way from the National Center for Civil and Human Rights to lovely Forsyth Park in Savannah using your free state map.
This state may be small, but you could spend a lifetime discovering destinations such as the Pearl Harbor National Memorial, the Polynesian Cultural Center and the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Plan your trip using a free map from the visitors’ bureau and the digital maps at the DOT website.
From gorgeous natural attractions like Craters of the Moon to the Sun Valley Resort, Idaho is a destination for adventurers. You can find your way thanks to your free map of Idaho. Visit the DOT website to order a state highway map.
Abraham Lincoln’s birthplace is an incredible place to visit. Tour Navy Pier, Starved Rock State Park and the home of the 18th president, Ulysses S. Grant with your free Illinois map from the Illinois Office of Tourism and the many free maps available from the DOT.
With attractions like the National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium and the Maquoketa Caves State Park, there’s a little something for everyone in Iowa. Learn more with a free map from Travel Iowa. The state’s DOT has a variety of digital maps to play with.
Did you know that there’s a Wizard of Oz museum? Visit it in Wamego, then make your way to other fascinating stops like the Eisenhower Presidential Library. Plan a fun Kansas trip with a free map from the tourism bureau and the many maps from the DOT.
Whether you prefer natural attractions like Mammoth Cave National Park or man-made wonders like the Louisville Slugger Museum, you’ll love Kentucky. Plot your course to the Kentucky Derby with your free state map and the DOT’s interactive map.
Revisit the past in New Orleans’ French Quarter, the National WWII Museum and Oak Alley Plantation. Don’t forget Mardi Gras! Get your free map from the tourism office, and check out the digital highway map at the DOT’s website.
Gorgeous Acadia National Park is just the beginning of the attractions. Make time for Portland Head Lighthouse and the Ogunquit Beach too. The tourism office provides a free state map, and the DOT has options too.
The Fort McHenry National Monument is a must-see as is the National Aquarium. Find your way to the Ocean City Boardwalk and more with the Office of Tourism’s free map and the interactive options at the DOT website.
Tiny but diverse, Massachusetts is one of the original 13 colonies. Walk in the path of the patriots along the Freedom Trail and relax on Cape Cod’s beaches. Use your free map from the Office of Travel and Tourism to orient yourself. The downloadable maps at the DOT website are helpful too.
This Midwestern state has a border on gargantuan Lake Superior and in excess of 10,000 other lakes. It’s paradise for water sports, but don’t forget that the Mall of America is here too. The tourism office provides free maps and so does the DOT.
This is where you’ll find Elvis’ birthplace. Spend some lazy hours on the Gulf Islands National Seashore and the BB King Museum too when you use your free map from Visit Mississippi and the downloadable maps at the DOT website.
Perhaps the most recognizable sight in Missouri is the Gateway Arch in St. Louis. You’ll also want to navigate to Branson for live country music and find Mark Twain’s boyhood home using your free map from the Division of Tourism along with the maps available from the DOT.
Wide open spaces await you here. Glacier National Park is unforgettable as are the Little Bighorn Battlefield and the Museum of the Rockies. Discover everything with downloadable guidebooks and maps from the office of tourism and the DOT.
The prairies of the Great Plains are anything but boring. You’ll find dramatic rock formations like Scotts Bluff and fascinating history at Strategic Air and Space Museum. Your guide is available for free here and the DOT promises additional info.
From the Great Plains to the Badlands, North Dakota is fascinating. Plan your time at Theodore Roosevelt National Park and the National Buffalo Museum with free maps from the tourism division and the DOT.
This state is more exciting than you think as it’s the home of the Cedar Point amusement park and the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Learn more with your free state maps from the department of tourism and DOT.
You’ll definitely want to get acquainted with natural beauties like the Columbia River Gorge and Crater Lake as well as picturesque coastal towns like Cannon Beach and cities like Portland. Use your Travel Oregon maps along with the resources at the DOT to make the most of your time.
Thrill rides at Hershey Park, the Liberty Bell and the Gettysburg Battlefield demonstrate how versatile Pennsylvania is. Discover it in your free state map from VisitPA and the many options from the DOT.
Everyone’s familiar with Mount Rushmore, but this state also boasts the Badlands and the Crazy Horse Memorial. Explore it when you get a free map from the tourism office and interactive maps from the DOT.