Maps

 




Route 66 by River Pilot for Garmin (PC only) [Download]

– SpotItOut, LLC
It’s now easy to visit the quirky, unique and fun roadside attractions of Route 66’s romantic era
Entertain friends and family using your GPS device and Route 66 Attractions with a trip along the iconic and historic highway.

See quirky and memorable shops, motels, gas stations and roadside attractions. There were tee-pee motels, restaurants claiming to have the biggest steak, reptile farms and even a Blue Whale.
A listing of over 850 roadside attractions at your fingertips.

Compatibility: Garmin nüvi series, Dakota, Oregon, Dezl and Garmin zumo series

Here It Is! The Route 66 Map Series

– Jim Ross; Jerry McClanahan
Each of the 17″ x 21″ maps combines a full-sized drawing with text describing different aspects of Route 66 in the state.
The text contains concise driving directions as well as commentary, on both sides of the map sheet.
This is not just an overview map.
There are creative and entertaining graphics filling up every open space on the sheet.

Mad Maps Adventure Historic Route 66 Harley Davidson Great Roads

– Mad Maps
Though much of the old road is gone, the legend of Route 66 is alive and well.
The Mad Maps Historic Route 66 map guide retraces this highway and puts it all together in an indispensible guide to America’s Mother Road. Complete with turn-by-turn directions and insider tips, this map guides you along five beautiful sections of this living museum of Americana. Once tracing 2,400 miles from Chicago to Los Angeles, this route offers endless treasures. Mad Maps highlights some of the best of them along smooth, motorcycle-friendly roads, including where to stop for the night and more. Folded map is printed on tear proof, water resistant material.

Route 66 (USA) Travel Atlas [Paperback]

– ITMB Canada
This handy thematic travel atlas enables to show much more detail along the 2,400-mile long Mother Road than any folded map. It includes several hundreds of points of interest along the Route. Large scale street-level mapping is provided for the terminus points, Chicago and LA area (detailed street coverage from downtown LA to Santa Monica), and basic overview maps are available for Albuquerque, Amarillo, Flagstaff, Oklahoma City, St.Louis and Tulsa. Informative text illustrates the history and evolution of this important road. Size 8.5 x 5 3/4 in., 64 pages, saddle stitched.

Lonely Planet Road Trip Route 66

– Sara Benson
Get your kicks! Leave the interstate behind and explore this classic American drive with its vintage roadside attractions and stunning natural beauty. Follow the “mother road” 2200 miles from Chicago to LA, and discover America along the way.
* Eclectic Americana – see the Gemini Giant, the Cadillac Ranch, the Jackrabbit Trading Post and other Route 66 icons
* Natural Treasures – explore the Painted Desert, the Petrified Forest, the Grand Canyon and the Mojave Desert
* Historic Sights – visit Civil War battle fields, presidential homes, Native American pueblos and Old West towns
* Where to Stay – bed down in a wigwam, a 1930s motor court or a room fit for the King
* Road Food – load up on apple pie, BBQ, fried chicken, milkshakes, chili and gigantic steaks
* Trusty Maps – find hidden stretches of the old road with our detailed maps and directions

Route 66 Best of the Mother Road Map

– AAA
Laminated map-guide showcasing the best of America’s Mother Road. Features six individual “road trips” for each geographic region along the route.
For over 75 years Route 66 has been America’s lasting link to adventure and the thrill of cruising the open highway.
As part of our new Greatest Hits Maps series, the Automobile Club of Southern California explores the best of the unique faces and places along this storied stretch of highway. Includes full-color photos, fun, informative text and easy-to-follow maps. Experiencing this essential piece of Americana has never been easier or more enjoyable.

Route 66 Greatest Hits Map

– David J. Brackney
Whether you follow this quintessential American two-lane all the way from Santa Monica, CA, to Chicago or for just a few hundred miles, it’s bound to leave a lasting impression on you. Most folks lack either the time or the inclination to do the entire 2448-mile drive. That’s why this Greatest Hits Map brings you only the very best of Route 66: six road trips that allow you to experience as much or as little of the historic highway as you like. For each trip, there’s a short overview designed to give you a feel for that stretch, plus a list of top attractions. The accompanying maps show both the path of Route 66 and the interstates, giving you the option of following parts of the original route or hopping on and off the freeway.