The Arizona Office of Tourism offers detailed maps of the state?s recreational and historical sites on its website, as well as a standard road map of the state and specific maps of the Phoenix, Yuma, Flagstaff and Tucson metro areas. The maps are also available in a printable PDF format.
The Tourism Office website provides a link to an interactive map of cultural and recreational sites at ArizonaExperience.org. The site also offers maps of the state?s wildlife, land use, conservation needs and geographic regions.
Mapquest.com and maps.google.com offer both satellite images and a standard road map of the entire United States online, free for personal use. To access a map of Arizona, simply enter the name of the state in the search field. The maps are interactive and searchable, and both have a directions feature. Mapquest offers live traffic updates, while the Google map is zoomable to the street view level in most places.
Amazon.com carries a selection of Arizona maps for purchase ranging from standard road maps to hiking and mountain biking trail maps. The road maps range from simple, foldable highway maps to detailed, atlas-style books with topographical features and information on waterways and state and national parks.