Choose a Florida road map from the 9 featured on this web page.
One map is of the entire state with major roads and highways shown and can be downloaded as a PDF file and printed to any size your printer can handle.
The others are maps of the 8 individual regions of Florida and can be viewed on your computer or smart phone screen or converted to paper on your printer by using the "Print Screen" command.
The map below is from VisitFlorida.com, an official State of Florida website. It is a map that you can print out at home or use on this website with its zoom buttons.
It is a PDF file and can be printed out into just about any size you want.
Just click on the map image below to enjoy all of the PDF features, including zoom buttons in the lower right hand corner.
For your convenience, the maps below are screen shots taken from this map to show the 8 regions of Florida as defined in Florida Backroads Travel.
I also like to have a good map of Florida in my car. It is essential to enjoying your travels in the Sunshine State.
The map I personally use is the latest "Florida Atlas & Gazatteer" published by DeLorme. The one I'm currently using is the tenth edition, copyrighted 2012, and is available from Amazon.com, Books A Million, Barnes & Noble and other book stores.
This map divides the state into more than 100 grid pages and gets right down to the details of dirt roads and hiking trails.
It also includes information on campgrounds, attractions, historic sites & museums, cemeteries, recreation areas, bike trails, freshwater fishing sites & boat launches, canoe trips or scenic drives, golf courses and other sites of interest.
Just for the fun of it, click on either of the links below to enjoy the official 1959 highway map put out by the State Road Department back in the day before Interstate Highways.
Hundreds of other maps are available on the individual pages of Florida-Backroads-Travel.
For example, every one of the more than 150 towns on Florida Towns has a Google map that can be used to find your way around and look for points of interest.
It's always useful to know which Florida roads and highways are under some form of construction to see how it might affect your travel plans. This Florida Department of Transportation website will tell you every project underway in the state at the current time.