Are you wanting to explore as many of the 63 U.S. National Parks as possible? Print out your free National Parks Map (PDF) to use as a visual of where the parks are located so you can start making your travel plans.
We updated the map in 2022 to include New River Gorge National Park in West Virginia, the newest park to be added!
We’ll keep our eyes and ears open throughout this year for any new National Parks. If there are any new designations, we’ll be sure to update this map.
Printable U.S. National Parks Map – 2 Sizes
We here at TREKKN are so happy our Printable List of National Parks has been such a big hit! Any role we can play in helping you get out and explore this nation’s parks makes us extremely happy.
But, one thing we’ve heard is you want a visual of where the National Parks are located. And we totally get that!
As we were planning our travel routes during our RV trip, having a map of the United States National Parks in front of us would have been very helpful, not to mention it would have made a fantastic RV decor item.
So, not only have we found some of the coolest National Parks Maps out there, but we also created our own! I don’t know about the others, but the TREKKN version is yours for free.
We’ve made two versions:
- A Printable 11 x 14 National Parks Map that you can send off to your local print shop to use as a wall hanging
- A Printable 8 x 10 National Parks Map which includes a separate page listing all of the parks
11″ x 14″ Printable Map of US National Parks
Whether you’re touring the U.S. in your RV for the next 12 months, or you’re a weekend warrior, this National Parks map could would make a fantastic wall hanging in your RV. Especially as you start checking off all those boxes!
For our RV interior design, I hung this image printed on card stock. We used lightweight frames with plastic covers instead of glass, and hung them up using command strips. This is just one of the many ways we made our RV feel like home.
If you don’t own an RV and either road trip it or fly in to visit National Parks, you could print this out and hang it in your office or home.
No matter how you arrive at the park, you’re an explorer and you may enjoy checking off each box as you make your way across the US. It’s a visual reminder of your travel bucket list.
Besides, did we mention it’s free? 🙂
To instantly receive your free US National Parks Map printable, just click on the link to be taken to our TREKKN Shop. The download is FREE and no credit card is needed.
Here’s what the 11″ x 14″ printed and hung in a 16″ x 20″ poster frame from Office Depot looks like in our dining room. By the way, this is the prior version of the map, at a time when there were only 62 National Parks.
8″ x 10″ Printable Map of US National Parks
In the TREKKN RV Travel Planner, we included our original printable list of National Parks. If you don’t have a copy of the travel planner and you’d like one, send us an email at [email protected]. We’re in the process of updating the planner, but we’d be happy to send you a copy of the prior edition, if you’re interested.
You can also get a copy of TREKKN’s Printable National Parks Checklist on its own. It’s similar to the map and checklist shown above, but it excludes the map and tree markers.
We created the 8″ x 10″ National Parks Map as part of our RV travel planner. Some of our friends ask for extra copies of the smaller version. They use it for marking out a travel plan or wanted back ups. Let’s just say it’s not uncommon for things to spill on other things when you’re on the road.
Since it was helpful to our RV friends, we thought it may be helpful to TREKKN’s readers as well. (Thank you for visiting TREKKN!)
We hope you enjoy these free printables! If there are any other printables you would like to see here on TREKKN, please don’t hesitate to let us know in the comments below.
National Park Subway Art
Print it yourself (or at a local print shop) and place it in a fun frame to show your love of our National Parks in your home, cabin, or RV. It makes a fantastic gift for your National Parks loving friends.
Julie specializes in helping you whip up delicious meals in your tiny RV kitchen, as well as RV organization tips and helping fellow RVers make their RV feel like home. Her favorite RVing spot is in Banff National Park in Canada where yes, the water really is that blue and the people really are that nice.