If you find any errors or have any suggestions, questions, or comments, let me know! Or first take a look at the Frequently Asked Questions below – maybe your question has already been answered. You can also contact me via Facebook or Twitter.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Who are you?
Although I happen to work for the National Park Service, this site is unaffiliated with the NPS and is simply a side-project of mine that I do when I have free time. You can learn a bit more about the origins of NPMaps by checking out the news articles that have featured this website. You might remember me as the stick recipient from my previous 15 minutes of fame several years ago.
Can you please add maps for National Park x?
Sure! My goal is to eventually have pages for all national park units, so feel free to let me know which one you’re looking forward to and I’ll bump it toward the top of the list.
Can you please add maps for National Forest x? State Park x?
Welllll…. not imminently. Since I called my site “National Park Maps,” I feel a sense of obligation to actually finish the national park units before moving on to other types of public lands. I do appreciate your suggestion, but if it’s not a national park site, it’s not going to jump to the top of my list; I hope you understand.
Can you please send me maps of Park x?
This web site is actually not affiliated with the National Park Service, so I’m not able to send you hard copies of maps; for that, you’ll need to contact the national parks directly. Fortunately, they are usually able to send out free maps. You can find the contact info for every park on the Contact A Park page.
What’s with the Amazon links?
NPMaps is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.
You’ll also find some TripAdvisor and Hotels.com links scattered throughout, as well as links to my Zazzle store. To me, these all seem more relevant to your needs as a user than a bunch of annoying pop-ups and animated advertisements, and a much less intrusive way for me to cover my hosting costs.