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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love this map. LOVE LOVE LOVE! I took forever deciding on which map, how much info, which colors and this one works for me! Better than I had imagines. I am working to put it on cork and frame it now, so I can hang it and pin where we have been.
Just what the kid and I were looking for to log and plan our travels.
Exactly what I wanted!! My boyfriend loves it.
It’s such a cool map. Very pretty and useful
I ordered the map for my husband for Christmas and it is one of the best gifts I have ever given him. Now that we are retired, we are visiting more national parks and monuments and he is marking each one that we have visited over the last 48 years of marriage.
He purchased a corkboard from a local shop and has hung the map on it. He uses sewing pins with large different colored heads to mark the different kinds of places we have been. His map is already pretty colorful but we have many more places to go.
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