State Maps > State Map Sources • State Road Maps
On each individual state map website, you will find that state's size rank and the origins of its name as well as its capital city and other leading cities. You will also find a scalable, scrollable road map showing interstate highways, United States highways, and state highways plus information about commercial airports which offer scheduled airline service. The topographical map and relief map pages describe terrain features, including the highest mountain or elevation and major rivers and lakes. The relief map pages provide access to information about National Parks in each state.
Click any state on this United States map to view detailed maps of that state.
Like their national, county, and city map cousins, state maps are produced in many cartographic formats. In addition to the ubiquitous state road maps and travel maps available commercially, federal and state government agencies publish topographic maps, recreation maps, and geological maps, as well as other specialized maps. Many of these are digital maps that are derived from Geographic Information System (GIS) databases. The state map sources page highlights commercial and government sources for all types of state maps.
Click on the state map pages listed below to view basic state maps and find maps and GIS resources that are offered by individual state governments.
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