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 419 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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Difficult to see symbols and states. No roads or highways on map. I would not purchase again.
I got this as a gift for my boyfriend and it's awesome! I accidentally selected the wrong color when I placed my order and Derek was super helpful and accommodating with ensuring that I received the color I wanted.
The best part of these maps, besides the fact that they are beautiful, is that I can throw a dart at them and have the next destination for my next RV adventure. I love all our public
Lands, National Parks, Wildlife Preserves, State Parks, etc. I hope to eventually collect them all.
My only complaint is that there are few, if any, cities or towns noted on the maps.
It is really cool map to track your visits. I used poster spray glue to glue onto a cork board i bought on sale at OfficeMax which worked perfect and much cheaper than buying a framed version for the site.
Perfect for people that love to RV or motorcycle
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