For the savvy U.S. traveler who wants to see it all, this heavyweight poster maps out federal lands from four agencies: National Park Service, United States Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management and U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service. With over 1300 properties labeled on the map, we promise you won't ever run out of new ones to visit. Each federal land unit is marked with an icon so the map is perfect for pinning or coloring in where you've been.
NPS: All 417 Official Units & 25+ Affiliated Areas
USFS: National Forests, National Grasslands, National Recreation Areas & more.
BLM: National Monuments, National Conservation Areas & more.
FWS: Nearly 600 National Wildlife Refuges, Wetland Management Districts & more.
24" x 36"
Digital print on heavyweight satin photo paper
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NPS x USFS x BLM x FWS Interagency Map 24x36 Poster
Very nice map of national parks and monuments. We plan to frame and track our travels in retirement.
Fast ship in a long hard map tube. The ends of the tube were damaged in the mail, but the map was in perfect condition.
This really is a fine map and worth the price. I wish I'd had it when I worked for these agencies, but now I'm retired and looking a map to show where I've been and where I've yet to go. I'm still keeping my folded map of US National Parks, but this is the one that's going on my wall. I mounted my new map on thick foam core board (i.e., gatorboard) and have been busy sticking in map pins for the last couple of days. After putting about 200 pins in the board so far, I can tell you that this glossy cardstock is strong and it holds the pins well without ripping. It's a little crowded with all these wonderful places marked on it, but it might be nice to have State parks on the map too.
It turned out to be exactly what I was looking for. Better than expected. I bought a $10 cork board frame at Walmart and it looks as good as one of those maps they're selling for $120. I'm very pleased with it
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