This poster serves as a simplified version of our Interagency Map. It features fewer properties and larger text. It includes:
63 National Parks (NPS)
129 National Monuments (NPS, BLM, USFS, FWS...)
154 National Forests (USFS)
20 National Grasslands (USFS)
43 National Recreation Areas (NPS, USFS, BLM)
17 National Conservation Areas (BLM)
24" x 36"
Digital print on heavyweight satin photo paper
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Absolutely love this map. Put it in a frame (took out the plastic) so I could put pins in for all the places I've been. Had a previous version but they have added more National Parks since then.
This is a great map. Looks lovely on the wall. I ordered the map alone bought some foam board and mounted it to that with runber cement and then framed it. My only wish was it included all the National Park run sites (like historical and military). I would have a lot more pins on the board if that was the case! Hopefully someday they'll add them! Otherwise, love it!
I'm glad to hear you're enjoying the map! We do offer 2 maps that include every NPS site:
-National Park System Map - http://bestmapsever.com/products/national-park-system-map-poster
-Interagency Map - https://bestmapsever.com/products/nps-usfs-blm-fws-interagency-map-24x36-poster
Great quality - arrived ahead of scheduled time - I haven't framed it yet, but I love it - looks exactly as it did in the pictures! I can't wait to add the frame and pushpins and start our adventures to visit the sites on the map! Thank you!
I was hesitant for 27$ a map. Finally pulled the trigger, I'm happy I did. Very nice quality.
I wanted a map of the National Parks. I got that and also the National Forests and Monuments. I love it.
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