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National Geographic Road Atlas, Adventure Edition Spiral-bound – 2016
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This National Geographic's Road Atlas: Adventure Edition, is the ideal companion for the next time road trip. Includes up-to-date road maps for all 50 U.S. States, Canada, Mexico, and Puerto Rico. Major cities and metropolitan areas are shown in detail with many inset maps that include popular attractions, infrastructure and points-of-interest. What setting this atlas apart from all other road atlases are the inclusion of many detailed maps and guidebook-like recommendations on the top 100 destinations for adventure, plus the top 24 most visited National Parks. An additional resources section provides contact information for local tourism offices, plus a place name index to help easily locate a specific city. The Road Atlas: Adventure Edition features a heavy duty spiral binding and clear plastic cover for durability and lay-flat reading.
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Top Customer Reviews
If my journeys out west this summer don't go very well, I'll update my rating. However, so far I am very impressed!
My husband, our dog and I are planning a road trip out to Utah this summer and I cannot tell you how invaluable this atlas is in the planning process. Camp areas are marked on this unlike typical atlases. Although info isn't given for the campsites, when we know the area that they are in, we can then get online and decide where we want to camp along the way. This info makes breaking down how far we drive each day much easier.
I can't say enough good things about this atlas: If you are into camping, parks, and road trips, this is the best atlas and general trip route / itinerary planning tool!
For example, when driving US 85, a long, straight road uniting western North and South Dakota, the map showed the "Geographic Center of the US" close to my route. This diversion provided a memorable stop and pictures with my four young kids. These types of locations are not shown on other atlases I'm aware of, making the National Geographic Adventure Edition perfect for those with the time and inclination to see some of the country while traveling.
For a car atlas, it is durable and the pages turn easily on the spiral binder. Readability is good, though large states of course don't get quite the detail possible on maps for Delaware, Vermont, Rhode Island and other small states, but I didn't find this to be a problem in terms of guidance or options for attractions and sites.
Four stars because it hasn't been updated since 2004 and needs to be.