Framed Map Collections:
This edition is created specifically for RV's traveling the USA!
It is light weight, strong, and is easy to hang on walls or place on a table.
The map is mounted on 1/2" Black Gatorboard as a push pin map or you can use our National Park Stickers. The map is not framed (frame not needed).
The map is less than 1 pound, yet very sturdy and easy to place on and off the wall with Command strips (included).
100 Map pins or 100 National Park Stickers are included (your choice)
Custom title is included. A proof will be provided for your review within 24-48 hours (Mon-Fri).
Explore America is our standard title. Proof are not provided for this version and will be sent straight into production.
Every map is individually made in our Map Studio, located in Pleasanton, CA. 100% USA Made.
About the Explore America Map:
The Explore America USA Map - Brown Edition is THE most detailed USA National Parks List Map available anywhere! This unique map features all of the National Park Service (NPS) Parks, Historical Parks, National Monuments, Battlefields, Lakeshores, Preserves, and other fascinating destination spots preserved for our nation.
Created by a professional geographer/cartographer, the research and design for this map took over a year. We worked with official NPS data to uniquely display and reference ALL of the 600+ sites in the USA. Every reference has been thoroughly researched, symbolized, and carefully labeled on the map. A unique referencing system has been developed for areas that have many NPS sites and a unique colored coded label system has been created on the side.
✦Detailed cities & highlights significant locations across the USA
✦USA Highways and Major Rivers
✪ Over 600 National Park Service Sites (includes all of the sites open for operation as of 2020)
✦Extraordinary Places (Golden Gate Bridge, Hoover Dam, Niagara Falls, and more)
▲Tallest elevation in every state - numbered from the highest (1 in Alaska) to lowest elevation (50 in Florida).
▲10 of the most climbed peaks in the U.S.A. with the peak name and elevation in feet.
●●● For hikers, scout out the National Scenic Trails that cross the U.S.A.