Free State Maps & Travel Guides

Below you'll find a full list of free state maps available from most state tourism departments. As a backup, I've also linked to any state Department of Transportation that give away free maps, both online or physically mailed to your house.

Almost every state offers a full map in their visitor's guide. For the DOT links, virtually all of them offer multiple free, highly detailed online .pdfs of their highways, roads, and other travel methods.

On top of that, many DOTS (I'd guesstimate 40ish) also have some sort of “click here to order a physical map” link. If you're looking for a highway map you can stash in your car's glovebox, this is the link you want to look for on your state's DOT site. You might have to click “highway map” or “road map” before the order form will appear. You might even want to click “Maps” in the menu bar and do a fresh search, because like I said, it's an option for most states!

If you manage to find a dot map or order form that I missed, please let me know. Here's to never getting lost again!

Free Alabama State Map – This is the first .travel website I've ever seen. Cool story, huh? (al dot map)

Free Alaska State Map – Here's the first case of “so, does this come with a map?” (ak dot map)

Free Arizona State Map – Their site promotes “Old West activities.” The heck is that? Like riding around on a horse and shooting pistols in the air? If so, then Arizona here I come! (az dot map)

Free Arkansas State Map – They have a plethora of travel brochures and even a Living in Arkansas guide for those considering moving there. Wait, where are you going? (ar dot map)




Free California State Map – It's no wonder they offer a free map given how many freaking tourism commercial they run! (ca dot map)

Free Colorado State Map – Their site tagline is “come to life.” Sounds like they're reanimating the dead out there. (co dot map)

Free Connecticut State Map – They don't update their site too often, but at least they finally offer a free map with their tourism guide. (ct dot map)

Free Delaware State Map – The only thing I know about Delware is that Vice President Biden lives there and it's the only state without a commercial airport. No wonder people are looking for highway maps here! (de dot map)

Free Florida State Map – When I first made this list in 2009, there was an “Authentic Florida Expert” everywhere on the site. She looked like a stereotypical grandma, but now she's nowhere to be seen. Uh oh, you know what that means… (fl dot map)

Free Georgia State Map – If I know Georgia, they'll also send you a peach. (ga dot map)

Free Hawaii State Map – Screw the map, their site has some cool pictures of volcanoes and lava! (hi dot map)

Free Idaho State Map – Not only do they have free maps, but Idaho even offers a free children's brochure. It's just a single page that says “hope you like potatoes,” but at least it's something. (id dot map)

Free Illinois State Map – Every time I visit Illinois, I lean into their state name and always drop the S at the end of words. It drives my friends bananas. (il dot map)

Free Indiana State Map – Indiana earns the distinction of being the first state site I've seen with a prominently displayed “free things to do here!” section. I guess that's what it takes to get people to come to anywhere in Indiana outside of Pawnee. (in dot map)

Free Iowa State Map – Just the place to go if you're really excited Presidential elections a full year ahead of time. (ia dot map)

Free Kansas State Map – Quick, can you name three cities in Kansas?! Neither could I. (ks dot map)

Free Kentucky State Map – Their state logo is by far the best I've seen yet. (ky dot map)

Free Louisiana State Map – I have nothing bad to say about Louisiana because New Orleans lets you walk around with alcohol TO GO. (la dot map)

Free Maine State Map – While signing up they want you to “be sure to indicate which regions of Maine and activities interest you.” Uhhh, does eating lobster and telling people I've been to Maine count as interests? (me dot map)

Free Maryland State Map – I can't tell you the number of times the state of Maryland has screwed me over, so visit with caution. I hated Baltimore years before The Wire ever aired. (md dot map)

Free Massachusetts State Map – I've still yet to ever correctly spell this state's name. It's the only item on my Bucket List I doubt I'll ever accomplish. (ma dot map)

Free Michigan State Map – Michigan's page has a section called “Air Zoo.” We can finally see when pigs fly! (mi dot map)

Free Minnesota State Map – Minnesota has over 11,000 lakes. I want maps for each and every one of them. (mn dot map)

Free Mississippi State Map – I always forget how to spell this state. What comes after the M again? (ms dot maps)

Free Missouri State Map – Their site advertises that internships are available. For the whole state? (mo dot maps)

Free Montana State Map – They offer a free winter guide in addition to the state map, but I can give you said guide right here. Step 1: stay inside. Step 2: go outside once spring arrives. (mt dot map)

Free Nebraska State Map – Nebraska wants us to “share the road trip.” See, even their own tourism board thinks the best part of Nebraska is driving away from it! (ne dot map)

Free Nevada State Map – Fill out the form you'll get a free state maps for the price of none! (nv dot map)

Free New Hampshire State Map – Their phone number is 800-FUN-IN-NH. I wonder how many people call it looking for 800-DUNG-ON-I. (nh dot map)

Free New Jersey State Map – “It's never too early to begin planning your next New Jersey getaway vacation!” Really? Fine, I want to book a room for August 10-12, 2081. (nj dot map)

Free New Mexico State Map – NM should capitalize on Breaking Bad and change their slogan to “Come for the meth. Stay for nature.” (nm dot map)

Free New York State Map – I always thought the “I Heart NY” campaign was for the city, not the state. Shows what I know. (ny dot map)

Free North Carolina State Map – They offer a free winery and Civil War travel guide. It's as if they were targeting me alone. (nc dot map)

Free North Dakota State Map – I heard North Dakota exists, guess it's not a myth! (nd dot map)

Free Ohio State Map – Their website used to be called DiscoverOhio.com. But then Ohio 2 was discovered and they've been awfully quiet ever since. (oh dot map)

Free Oklahoma State Map – I'm kind of interested in their additional “Agritourism Map.” Is this a tourist industry that Oklahoma made up? (ok dot map)

Free Oregon State Map – I love that they also offer an official kid's guide to Oregon. Like it's that complicated. “Hey kids! Are your parents coming here? Then so are you! Now shut it.” (or dot map)

Free Pennsylvania State Map – The last time I drove through PA, I paid around $12 trillion dollars in tolls. This is me right now thinking about my next road trip through the state. (pa dot map)

Free Rhode Island State Map – Their site says “put down that spreadsheet, tear yourself away from your inbox for a second, and fill out this form.” Uhhh … RUN, THEY'RE WATCHING US THROUGH OUR COMPUTERS!! (dot maps)

Free South Carolina State Map – Home state, represent! Don't be fooled by the domain name, it's legit. We're a sneaky bunch, just ask Major Robert Anderson. (sc dot map)

Free South Dakota State Map – Ok, wait a minute here. South Carolina's slogan: Smiling Faces, Beautiful Places. South Dakota's slogan: Great Faces, Great Places. It's like South Dakota wasn't even trying! (sd dot map)

Free Tennessee State Map – I doubt their slogan of “we're playing your song” is accurate. I didn't hear any polka music being played. (tn dot map)

Free Texas State Map – Their travel guide is 272 freaking pages long! That's not a guide, it's a book. (tx dot map page)

Free Utah State Map – I'm extremely disappointed Utah removed the separate checkbox for German visitors, as it completely ruined my Utah being a vacation mecca for Germans joke. To make matters Üßer worse, their DOT has removed the option for ordering highway maps! The best I can do is this high-res highway map for online viewing. (ut dot map)

Free Vermont State Map – I'm not sure how all the seasonal maps differ from each other, but it's nice knowing that I have so many options with them. (vt dot map)

Free Virginia State Map – I once living in Virginia. It was as exciting as this story. (va dot map)

Free Washington D.C. Map – Our nation's capital isn't quite a state (even though it should be!), but you can get a free map via their visitor's guide. (dc dot map)

Free Washington State Map – As a Mariners fan and frequent traveler to the Pacific Northwest, I must say I absolutely love this section of the world. (wa dot map)

Free West Virginia State Map – I image WV looking like a scene from Justified but with more coal and moonshine. (wv dot map)

Free Wisconsin State Map – I spent some time in Wisconsin once. Believe the hype. They've got some good cheese. (wi dot map)

Free Wyoming State Map I updated their slogan to “Wyoming: Forever west. Until continental drift takes care of that.” (wy dot map)

Free National Park Maps – This website has over 1,600 high-res scans of national parks! You can search by state or alphabetically, as well as download many of them.

That took a lot longer than I thought it would. I need a vacation.

260 comments on “Free State Maps & Travel Guides”

    • You are so very welcome, I’m glad you found it useful! Thank YOU for the nice comment as well, I sometimes wonder if anybody is actually using these guides!

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  1. So helpful – thanks very much. We are planning a(nother) cross country RV trip for next summer, and using your posts is so much easier than having to look for each state’s tourism site. Now – how about Canada???

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  2. States that doesn’t have a complete state road map at their rest areas & welcome centers. cheat themselves out of tourism. there are alot of the opportunities which become available to them when we have a complete picture of how to get there . Having to put puzzles together takes up time that I want to spend enjoying my trip. Go back to the basics and be user friendly. Cutting corners causes failure!!

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  3. Thanks much! I’ve been trying to find a map everywhere I go but no one carries them. Walmart did have 3 but not of the state I needed. Going on a road trip and want to do all back roads. It is so much fun that way and GPS it to hard to view all the roads as to where they start and where they end. We did a trip to Vermont that way and it was the best scenic route ever. Yes the trip normally takes 6 hours and going the back roads took 13 hours but WOW what a great time!

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  4. I sent and email to [email protected] as listed on Goob’s page for Washington State requesting a Highway Map. I advised them I was trying to plot the varies area’s of the state I wished to visit and could do it of the printable .pdf. The mailed a top of the state highway map in under 10 days.

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  5. Goob… You are a gentleman and a scholar. It is amazing that one man would put this much time and effort into a project to make life easier on some many others. I am planning a vacation for this summer and just went through and order maps for all states I will be passing through accept Washington. When I read the remarks on here that they charge $3.00 for theirs it was just too simple to route around them since they have nothing that Oregon doesn’t have. Again, thanks for taking hours off my search. Unfortunately, I think I am stuck paying Walmart for a US Map.

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  7. Just a heads up, Washington state DOT doesn’t print state road maps anymore, but you can still find “Scenic Drives Road Map” maps for Washington, it’s what I carry in my car. I got mine from the local visitors’ center, but the copyright info is “(C) 2017 VGP Destination marketing, to order more copies visit [scenicWA dot com]” and most info centers are willing to mail them out. Happy HIFfing!

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  8. First, thanks for all your efforts in sanitizing and compiling all this info.

    I have been trying to get a free map of whole of USA, of at-least 2ft x 3ft size or more.
    I am new in USA and think this would be a good way of getting a ‘hang’ of the country.
    If you know of some site which sends such a large printed map then please share.
    Alternately, if there is a high-res image, I can posterize it and print it in multiple pages and paste side-by-side

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  9. You. Are. A. Hero. My GPS refuses to acknowledge some roads, and what if I’m in the middle of nowhere at 3:00am, looking for the nearest interstate? I need these maps! I’ve seriously been in that situation, somewhere in NJ… Not funny.

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  10. Thanks! I was just fixing to go on a google search to order maps for vacation this year. But of course you have done all the work for me. Great job!

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  11. The Alaska DOT and West Virginia link is working, but when I click to request an Alaska map, it says that there is an error. Same with the West Virginia DOT page.

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  12. Does the Alaska Travel Guide come with an Alaska Highway map. I’ve looked at the website to order your official travel planner, but does it come with a map? I won’t order it unless it comes with a map.

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  13. Able to get free state highway maps for 45 states. Alabama, Connecticut, Hawaii, Washington, and West Virginia are the only exceptions. Cheapos! If 45 states can proudly hand out a state highway map, why couldn’t they?

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    • I had to email the DOT for Alabama to get a map. Just asked politely and they sent me a response saying they put one in the mail to my address. I can’t remember if I sent an email to Connecticut DOT or someone on their tourism site, but they did the same. Had to email Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau website and they sent me Official Guide Maps of the islands. All of that was free. I don’t recall having issues with WV, but I’d try to email someone. Don’t waste your time on Washington. They offer no help.

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      • Thank you for the feedback! I will do as you suggest. I just like to have a hard copy map of each state. Living in a rural area in Montana with spotty cell service, it’s always a good idea to have a paper map for travel!

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    • Most of the guides include multi-page highway/state maps in the back ~10 pages. I tried to confirm as many of them as possible by viewing their PDF versions online first and, if I couldn’t find a map, I linked to DOT maps. I’m actually in the process of adding DOT links for every state so as to have multiple map options.

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  14. Thank you so much for this awesome list! We are a homeschooling family and these guidebooks and maps are much more fun to learn all about the states and capitals than just rote memorization! Your hard work is very much appreciated!

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  15. Yes, North Dakota does exist. Actually, North Dakota is the top producer of spring wheat, durum, barley, sunflowers, dry edible,beans, pinto beans, flax, canola and honey. Plus, we grown many other speciality crops. Every time you eat pasta chances are there is North Dakota durum in it. As a family farmer I think it’s important to let people know that we feed the growing world….and our state does exist. ?

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  16. Thank you thank you thank you to the awesome individual that put all the time energy and effort in putting this list together. You have no idea what a wealth of information this is been thank you babe!

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  17. Hi! Whoever you are!
    Thank you very much for putting this together! I used to be able to go on a road trip with my AAA trip tik in hand. Now, mapquest, GPS or Google takes the fun out of it!
    We are going to FL from here in MI. I ordered georgia and Florida maps ( with kudos to you)
    We leave on the 12th so I hope the maps get here in time! Have to go to FL for my husband’s mom funeral?. So, again, thank you! [email protected]

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  18. Thank you for your site! I am making paper flowers for my wedding out of maps. I was going to order one from every state. I happened upon your site and I’m sure I saved myself hours of searching for the correct url for each state. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!

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  19. Whew! You just saved me hours of research! We’re traveling from Texas to Maine by two different routes encompassing numerous States. Your site was a Godsend or rather, an HIFsend! THANK YOU SO MUCH for having put it all together in one place. You’re an angel !!!!!

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  20. How long does it usually take for them to come in the mail? I ordered mine over a week ago but it still hasn’t come yet.

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  21. Thanks, I’ve updated the list above. The one good part in all this is the NV DOT is confirmed to mail out free maps! Not a bad backup plan and probably a better map.

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  22. Washington State maps are only free if they’re being mailed to a US address. They charge $7.50 for the FREE map to Canada… πŸ™

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  23. Thanks for putting this list together! Also, yes. Many Germans visit Utah every year. If you’ve ever go hiking in any of Utah’s National Parks, you’d be hard pressed not to meet a German couple or family.

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  24. Thank you for your hard work. Planning a 4-5 week trip across the US. Requested maps and info from about 25 states. Already receiving some info in a little over 1 week.

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  25. I echo other comments here in thanking you for your hard work! I swear, it took me a while of online esearch to get close to getting a free NY map and I live here!

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  26. Thank you so much for compiling this list. You saved me hours of work. I shared your link with at least 6 State sites that requested how I obtained their information.

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  27. Just ordered from each state so I can share these in travel programs with the seniors at my nursing home-thanks for doing all the hard work!

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  28. Thanks for the great list & the time you have put into this!!!! So far every state except for Alabama & Washington have sent me a free map. Washington says due to budget constraints and GPS the have depleted all printed copies!!! Alabama want to sell you a map thru their DOT site!!!

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  29. Looks like Illinois will not send a map. I tried ordering a couple times with no luck and now they don’t have maps on their site

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  30. Hey!! Under the Michigan Map you mentioned the AIR ZOO. It is TOTALLY Worth seeing and is NOT a disappointment at all. Hoof on down to the Kalamzoo area.–it is fabulous.

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  31. So far it looks like Indiana will only download a map and not mail one and Virginia charges for theirs. I appreciate all of your hard work, but a lot of biased opinions on some of these states, however I’m picking up that this is just your style.

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  32. Great site, tons of information. When I set my website up within the month, would you be interested in posting your link for my viewers as I’m sure this would be a delight for them. You have put a lot of hard work into your site and I think people can benefit from your website, not only is it a learning experience but contains valuable information. Thanks Annie

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  33. Thanks so much, I really appreciate the time you put into this. I have a 5yr old that LOVES maps, He has a map from the Columbus Zoo & his trip to COSI. he wanted them hung on his bedrm wall, he loves looking at them & following his route he took that day. I picked up a county map at the court house, when we are going somewhere he likes to see what roads we are taking. I thought maybe I could get a state map for learning (the capital & rivers etc.) I found this page so we are going to be learning a lot. Thanks again I can’t wait to see his face when he starts getting these maps. I know that the time you put into this will put a SMILE on a little boys face for a LIFETIME. THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU,

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  34. Perhaps you should visit WV sometime. I can guarantee that you will be surprised at the beauty our state holds! (You shouldn’t believe everything you see on television)

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  35. wow!!! what a great idea. I was able to get maps from many states, all at one time, for various road trips we plan on taking this summer. BRAVO!!!!!!! 10 out of 10 and 10 gold stars!!!

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  36. Thanks so much for this site. Our walking club is trying to log enough miles to “Walk Across America” and we need state maps to show our progress. This site provided us with the tools to request maps from nearly every state we will “walk” across.
    And while Minute Man 3 doesn’t appreciate your humor, I noticed that he managed to read through your list and probably avail himself of these resources. To each his own, I guess, and again, thanks so very much.

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  37. Thank You for taking the time to compile this list I was able to get all the information I needed for my up coming travels it is very much appreciated.

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  38. Thanks for taking the time and effort to compile this site. I used it to build up a library of maps for my summer travels. However, as much as I congratulate you for your effort, I also criticize you for the unneeded arrogance and crude remarks you have made about several states. Your efforts to make the list available are appreciated. Your humor is a total flop and insult to many.

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  39. Thank you for taking the time to put all of this information together. My oldest is in 4th grade and loves maps and geography. I have ordered many of these for him. Thanks again!!

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  40. Thank you so much! My nine-year-old son is collecting maps and really enjoying them. This website really helped us with his Christmas gift!!!

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  41. Washington State last printed their map for 2008-2009 editions. Shame on them. I really hope other states don’t follow suit with this.

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  42. THANKS – this is awesome!!! I wonder why Tourism and Visitors’ Bureaus stopped sending people maps, which is stupid! Your site is the best!

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  43. I just wanted to get a few state maps in my gas station and guides so I would have the information upon request… thank you so much for having this very helpful site!!!!!!!!!!

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  44. My Granddaughter is in the 5th grade. Her class is studying the 50 US states and needs maps of each state. This was an awesome site…It had them all! Thank you to whomever found and put all of this together. It has helped to educate our future.

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  45. thanks great website!!1 will be visiting from England in oct. on a road trip so there guides will help to sear me in the right direction . MC smith

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  46. Michigan Map – Air Zoo. NOT a letdown! Anyone even remotely interested in aviation, airplanes/copters, history and fun, interactive things to do should go there. There are flight simulators, games, history stuff, etc. The last I went there were a couple buildings to check out. Each one is specific to what is inside. One of the best kept secrets of things to do – especially if you have kids – in Michigan!

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  47. You are amazing!!!! Thank You so much!!!! I’m redoing my son’s room to a “travel the world” theme and wanted maps to hang up on the wall… <3

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  48. Thanks so much for the effort! It’s time consuming just to order all these! I’m going to use all of them for homeschooling.

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  49. Thanks, I’ve requested a couple and I hope they turn out. I got lost clicking links for CA maps and only saw ones for purchase, any help there? -Paige

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  50. Or this: “See how Georgia is commemorating the 150th Anniversary of the Civil War” !?! My money’s on burning Atlanta again!

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  51. Michigan’s Air Zoo is not a let down! It’s actually pretty cool with airplane symulators you can ride in and LOTS of authentic planes and other things to do! It’s in Kalamazoo which is another cool place to visit, especially if you’re into community theater and the arts! πŸ˜€
    Tks for all your hard work by the way! Very cool too!!

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  52. Arkansas is good for bass fishing and well fishing in general, if you live in Arkansas with your fishing license it is legal to fish along the Mississippi River on either side even while in the state of Mississippi. Arkansans don’t need a separate fishing license.

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  53. I actually got a Connecticut state map through ConnDOT

    http://www.ct.gov/DOT/site/default.asp

    On the contact us/comment page, I inquired about requesting Connecticut state highway map. A guy e-mailed me the next day and mailed me a map free of charge.

    The map is actually dubbed as an “Official State Tourism Map”, but the map is furnished by ConnDOT and contains all state and federal highways with city enlargments.

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  54. Loved your comments couldnt imagine do that for all the states…wondering since the last posting was awhile ago, does all the info remain the same

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  55. Thank you so much for the previous information and I love this website. I was having a very hard time trying to get the folded maps. We are planning a trip and I want to plan what road I am taking through each state. I totally avoid all big cities and these state maps allow me to take roads where I can see how the people really live.
    Thanks Again I have placed this website in my favorites.

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  56. Kansas: Topeka, Wichita, Kansas City, Great Bend, Junction City, Meade, Turon, Pretty Prairie, Hutcheson, Pratt, Olathe, Shawnee, … ok, I’m tired of typing now, and no, I didn’t cheat by looking at the map. πŸ˜‰ (No, I don’t live there, either!)

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  57. Having trouble connecting to the order form site for Idaho. I can click on the brochures I want, but that’s how far I could get.

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  58. Thank you, thank you, thank you. I had spent hours trying to get free state map from different states. By accident I ran across your site. and in less then 10 minutes i was able to call the last 4 states and get my maps order. My husband and I love traveling the back roads and take our time. Our GPS loves getting us on the freeways and interstates, I have made a favorite of this site, because we want to see all 50 states before we get too old to travel.

    thanks again
    Dot in Arkansas

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  59. Maybe it took you a long time, but THANK YOU! I’m on a road trip right now and it’s always such a bitch to find maps for every state. next time I’m going to be stocked up. : )

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  60. Kansas Cities: Wichita, Topeka, Hutchison, Newton.

    How can any governor beat California’s Governator (unless you look at photos of him in a swim suit)

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  61. This site is so helpful! It saved me so much time and I love all of your comments about each state. I only needed maps for a few states but had to read each comment. Thanks!

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  62. re. the CT website:
    I was born and still live in Connecticut. I whimsically refer to it as “The rectum of New England”.

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  63. Just to let you know as well. The Missouri page you just need to click on their map and it will take you straight to the order form for one to be mailed.

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  64. These are very informative, thanks for putting it together. I went to the Connecticut site and they NOW OFFER a free guide! Woo hoo! Thanks again!

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  65. Great! Thanks! Also thanks for saying that the state I live in has the best logo, Kentucky. Can’t wait for Derby this Saturday, I live less than a mile away from Churhill Downs.

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  66. Just FYI when you type in your e-mail for Mississippi & enter it brings up the screen to add your address info to orrder your tourism package

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  67. Hey Goob: Want maps, Go to http://www.www.earth.com and download the free google earth program. It is a world-wide map program that you can zoom-in down to street level. You can also tilt and pan the 3-d images.
    Kind of scarey the amount of time, money, and effort that was spent gathering the info.
    Have a good one (or two), better yet get a six-pack and save some for me.
    Doug.

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  68. Just to let you know Goob, Arkansas, although it does have a horrible rep. is actually really cool and BEAUTIFUL in most places. I live in Missouri and we traveled there a couple of years ago and all of my misconceptions went out the window as soon as we hit those cool winding mountain roads.

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  69. Hey Goob,
    As for Hawaii, just go to any of the islands for info and the guide comes up on the right hand side of the page. Thanks for all of the info on state maps ! you never know when you might need them.

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  70. I LOVE the description about Idaho… Yep we Idahoans are Individuals πŸ™‚ This is great.. Thanks for doing all this hard work!

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  71. You know what they say, Goob: Everything’s big in Texas! πŸ™‚

    I go over to the visitor information center near my home every year and pick up the new Texas travel guide. It’s awesome!

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  72. Jennah, it’s nothing but bad luck for me! I’ve drank those memories into submission though, so we must leave it at that.

    Rydergal, glad I could help. πŸ™‚

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  73. This is AWESOME! We collect maps of each state we visit and put them up on the wall in my son’s room…but SC is a pain to get. It’s only available at the welcome centers (the other rest areas don’t seem to have them), and the welcome centers are only open 9-5…we’re always getting there after closing. We visit a good bit (my husband’s family lives there), but haven’t been able to get a map yet…I’m so glad we’ll finally get one. THANKS so much!

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