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USA National Parks Maps

Our USA National Parks Maps feature all 63 National Parks as well as major cities, historic locations, scenic trails, and more! Use a USA map to plan, track, and explore fascinating sites within the United States.

Map Collections

USA National Parks Maps

Our USA National Parks Maps feature all 63 National Parks as well as major cities, historic locations, scenic trails, and more! Use a USA map to plan, track, and explore fascinating sites within the United States.

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Map Collections

USA National Park Maps

Our US Travel Map with pins feature all 63 National Parks as well as major cities, historic locations, scenic trails, and more! Use a United States push pin maps of all national parks to plan, track, and explore fascinating sites within the United States.

Map Collections

USA National Parks Maps

Our USA National Parks Maps feature all 63 National Parks as well as major cities, historic locations, scenic trails, and more! Use a USA map to plan, track, and explore fascinating sites within the United States.

Map Collections

National Parks Maps

Our USA Push Pin Maps feature all 63 National Parks as well as state capitals, 2,500 major cities, historic locations, scenic trails, and more! Use a national parks map USA to plan, track, and explore fascinating sites within the United States.

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Geographical Information In Our National Parks Map

Our USA National Park Travel Maps feature all of the National Park Service locations, National Monuments, Historical Sites, Battlefields, Lake Shores, National Preserves, and other fascinating destinations within the United States.

Within each National Park Push Pin Map  you'll find:

Detailed cities & significant locations across the USA (over 2,500!)
All 50 state capitals and major cities in every state
USA Interstates and Major Rivers and Lakes 
Over 600 National Park Service Sites, including all 63 National Parks as of 2024
Historical Cities (O.K. Corral, St. Augustine, Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown, Mackinac Island, Branson, historic western towns, and more)
Extraordinary Places (Barringer Crater, Biosphere 2, Golden Gate Bridge, Four Corners, Hoover Dam, Niagara Falls, and more)
The tallest point of elevation in every state — numbered from the highest elevation (#1 in Alaska) to the lowest elevation (#50 in Florida)
10 of the most climbed peaks in the USA with the peak name and elevation in feet
●●● National Scenic Trails that span the USA

Travel Map With Pins

When you order a push pin travel map you'll receive 500 multi-colored push pins, as well as, a fun guide on how to start pinning your favorite destinations.

All National Parks push pin maps are ready to hang the moment they arrive to your door, including our unique hanging hardware.

Customize Your Title

You can choose between various titles and framing options for your US Travel Map. Add your family name or favorite quote to the title so that it's truly one of a kind.

You can read more about our map customization options on our custom explamples page.

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Map Sizes

Our maps are available in several sizes that can accommodate any space within your home or office. Take a look at this video to see a side-by-side comparison of our size options.

The most important factor when choosing your map is size. The USA is a huge place, and reducing its size comes with a sacrifice of some details.

Map Sizes

Our maps can be ordered in a variety of sizes and will accommodate any space within your home or office. Take a look at the video below to see a side by side comparison of our sizes.

We offer maps in three finish types: framed satin paper, framed canvas and canvas wraps. See the video below for a side by side comparison of our finish types.

Map Finish Types

We offer each Map of National Parks in three finish types: framed satin paper, framed canvas, and canvas wrap. See this video for a side-by-side comparison of our finish types.

USA Push Pin Map Construction

Every component of all of our products is made in the USA!

Our maps are produced using the highest-quality printer, paper, and canvas. We use archival inks for rich color depth. We fix all of our framed and canvas wrap products to gatorboard, a strong, durable material that's also used in museums and designed to last for a lifetime.

Map Finish Types

We offer each Map of National Parks in three finish types: framed satin paper, framed canvas, and canvas wraps. See the video below for a side-by-side comparison of our finish types.

USA Push Pin Map Specifications

Every component of this product is made in the USA!

Order a satin paper map or canvas map.

Our maps are produced on the highest quality printer, paper, and archival inks for rich color depth. We mount all of our Framed and Canvas Wrap products to gatorboard, a strong material that's designed to last for a lifetime.

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The Perfect Gift

Maps are great gifts for every age, gender, and occasion.
Perfect wedding gifts

Lovely anniversary gifts  

Mother's Day Gifts or Father's Day Gifts!

Graduation gifts for those just starting out in the world

Esteemed retirement gifts

Gift Wrap and nicely assembled card available for your gift.
With purchase of gift wrap, you can add a card message in your order notes, and we will prepare a card for your giftee.

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The Perfect Gift

They are great for every age, gender, and occasion.

Maps are the perfect wedding gift.

They are the perfect anniversary gift.  

Mother's Day or Father's Day Gifts!

Give your Grad the World! Maps are perfect for celebrating graduation and starting out in the world

Perfect for retirement gifts!

Push Pin Maps make beautiful travel decor.

We can Gift Wrap your product and include a nicely appointed card in your order.

Add a special card message in any of the "Order Notes" and we will prepare it as a special card for your giftee.

 

Fun Facts About US National Parks

The US National Parks are home to some of the most spectacular views in all of the United States. Visitors from around the USA and the globe visit these parks each year. Here are some fun facts about the US National Parks:  

  • The oldest national park in the United States is Yellowstone National Park, which was established in 1872.

  • The newest national park in the United States is New River Gorge National Park & Preserve, which was established in West Virginia in 2020.

  • The most visited national park in the United States is Great Smoky Mountains National Park, which receives over 12 million visitors per year across Tennessee and North Carolina.

  • The largest national park in the United States is Wrangell-St. Elias National Park & Preserve, which covers over 13.2 million acres of Alaska's mountains and glaciers.

  • The smallest national park in the United States is Gateway Arch National Park, which covers just more than 192 acres.

  • The deepest lake in the United States is Crater Lake, located in Crater Lake National Park in Oregon.

  • The highest and lowest points in the contiguous United States are both in California, less than 100 miles apart. Mount Whitney's peak (14,505 feet above sea level), located in Sequoia National Park, and Badwater Basin (282 ft below sea level), in Death Valley National Park.

  • The largest tree in the world (by volume) is The General Sherman Tree, a giant sequoia tree located in Sequoia National Park in California.

  • The oldest currently-known living organism on Earth is a bristlecone pine tree located in Great Basin National Park in Nevada. A core taken from the tree suggests it is 5,067 years old!

National Parks Q&A

Question: How many National Parks are there in the United States of America?

Answer: The United States has 63 national parks. There are also 423 national park sites, which include national parks, national historical parks, national monuments, and other protected areas managed by the National Park Service. Some of the most popular national parks in the United States include Yosemite National Park, Grand Canyon National Park, Yellowstone National Park, and Zion National Park. These parks offer a variety of activities for visitors, including hiking, camping, fishing, and sightseeing. They are also home to a wide range of wildlife and plant species.

 

Question: What is the Oldest National Park in the US?

Answer: The oldest national park in the United States is Yellowstone National Park, which was established on March 1, 1872. Yellowstone is located in the northwestern United States and is known for its geothermal features, including geysers, hot springs, and mudpots. The park is also home to a variety of wildlife, including bison, bears, wolves, and elk. Yellowstone is a popular tourist destination and offers a variety of activities for visitors, including hiking, camping, fishing, and sightseeing. The park is also home to the world's largest collection of geysers, including the iconic Old Faithful.

 

Question: What is the newest National Park in the US?

Answer: The newest national park in the United States is New River Gorge National Park & Preserve, which was established on December 27, 2020. New River Gorge National Park & Preserve is located in southern West Virginia and is known for its whitewater rafting, rock climbing, camping, fishing, and hiking. The park is also home to a variety of wildlife, including bald eagles, peregrine falcons, and black bears.

 

Question: Which of the National Parks get the most visitors each year?

Answer: The most visited national park in the United States is Great Smoky Mountains National Park, located on the border of North Carolina and Tennessee. Great Smoky Mountains National Park received over 12.9 million visitors in 2022, making it the most popular national park in the country for many years. The park is known for its stunning mountain scenery, diverse wildlife, and abundance of hiking trails.

 

Question: Which National Park is the most remote and hardest to visit?

Answer: The most remote and hardest-to-visit national park in the United States is Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve, which is located in northern Alaska. The park has no roads or trails and is only accessible by plane or boat. To visit the Gates of the Arctic, visitors must fly into one of the nearby villages, such as Kotzebue or Bettles. From there, they can hire a guide or pilot to take them into the park. Gates of the Arctic is a vast and rugged park, with over 8 million acres of wilderness. It is home to a variety of wildlife, including caribou, bears, wolves, and moose. The park is a fantastic destination for backcountry recreation, such as hiking, camping, and kayaking.

 

Question: Can you camp at all the US National Parks?

Answer: Yes, you can camp at all of the US national parks. However, there are some restrictions on camping in some parks. For example, some parks only allow camping in designated campgrounds, while others allow backcountry camping. It is important to check the website of the park you plan to visit for specific camping regulations.

Tips for camping in US national parks:

  • Make reservations in advance, especially if you are camping during peak season.

  • Choose a campground that is appropriate for your needs. Some campgrounds are designed for RV camping, while others are for tent camping.

  • Be prepared for all types of weather. National parks can be hot and sunny in the summer, and cold and snowy in the winter.

  • Bring plenty of food and water. You may not have access to stores or restaurants in the park.

  • Leave no trace. Pack out all of your trash and dispose of it properly.

 

Question: Are all the US National Parks open all year round?

Answer: No, not all US national parks are open all year round. Some parks have seasonal closures due to severe weather conditions or other factors. For example, some parks in the northern United States are closed during the winter due to heavy snow and cold temperatures.

Examples of US national parks that have seasonal closures:

  • Glacier National Park, Montana: The Going-to-the-Sun Road, which is the only road that crosses the park, is typically closed from late October to late June due to snow.

  • Yosemite National Park, California: Tioga Pass Road, which connects Yosemite Valley to the eastern Sierra Nevada mountains, is typically closed from November to May due to snow.

  • Denali National Park, Alaska: Most of the park is closed to vehicles from mid-October to mid-May due to snow. Visitors can still access the park during this time by plane or snowmobile.

  • Isle Royale National Park, Michigan: The park is closed to visitors from late November to late April due to severe weather conditions and lack of ferry service.

Check NPS.gov before you go to confirm that the park you plan to vivit is open. Even if a national park is open year-round, it is important to be prepared for the possibility of changing weather conditions. It is always a good idea to pack for all types of weather, even if you are visiting during the summer.

 

Question: What does it cost to enter a US National Park?

Answer: The cost to enter a US national park varies depending on the park and the type of pass you purchase. Many parks charge no fee to enter, some parks charge a fee per person, and others charge a fee per vehicle. There are also annual passes available that give you unlimited entrance to all national parks. There are also often discounted passes available for seniors, military members, and families with fourth-grade students (via the Every Kid Outdoors Program).