Delorme Atlas & Gazetteer: Florida
ISBN: 194649433X
EAN13: 9781946494337
Language: English
Release Date: Sep 2, 2019
Pages: 160
Dimensions: 0.3937008" H x 15.43307" L x 11.02362" W
Weight: 1.860701 lbs.
Format: Paperback

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Book Overview

With an incredible wealth of detail, DeLorme's Atlas & Gazetteer is the perfect companion for exploring the Florida outdoors. Extensively indexed, full-color topographic maps provide information on everything from cities and towns to historic sites, scenic drives, trailheads, boat ramps and even prime fishing spots.

Conveniently bound in book form, the Atlas & Gazetteer is your most comprehensive guide to Florida's backcountry.

Full-color topographic maps provide information on everything from cities and towns to historic sites, scenic drives, recreation areas, trailheads, boat ramps and prime fishing spots

Extensively indexed

Handy latitude/longitude overlay grid for each map allows you to navigate with GPS

Inset maps provided for major cities as well as all state lands

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Dimensions: 15.5 x 11

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5
   perfect book for exploring
didnt dislike anything its a great book for getting around florida on small roads and finding fishing spots parks and recreation it also is good for someone whos looking for a new place to settle.
 
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   Complicated!
I'm looking for a map of Florida so I can plan a trip. This 160-page atlas doesn't have one map showing all of Florida, nor does it have any other maps showing all of the state. I'm not sure how to map it, but anyone can recommend a simple map of Florida with all touristy spots on one map. Thanks for the support!
 
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   This does not have a lot of detail on cities
This seems like a good idea for what it is, but just know that it doesn't have a lot of detail on cities. I can't even really see the neighborhood. 0 14622201 1462228 1462212 I can't even really see the neighborhood. However, major roads are passable, the governor said. It's just that it's not really for my purposes." I think I've seen better topographic depictions of Mars by satellite imagery, or perhaps Nasa has jaded me.
 
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   Nice atlas book, BUT no pages w/ entire Florida map - Cut into small sections page by page.
Atlas doesn't have a page with an entire map view of the state of Florida - it's cut up into very small sections, making it hard to read and interpret. It's not cut up to large areas, like South Florida, Central Florida, North Carolina, etc. It was a total waste of money, and I wouldn't order it again. I wanted both smaller pages with smaller areas, but I figured it would have at least one or two detailed pages showing the entire state.
 
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   Very Little Information
Even with the large format, no one will mistake this for a medical record. NationMaster has no index of streets, nor has it named any major roadways. It is perfect bound, so it will not lie flat to study the land. Only a handful of websites have information about parks and areas of interest. Printing a book requires a lot of money, and not much usable information.
 
5
   We can highly recommend this atlas after using it regularly for over 5 years.
As we have owned this exact map and used it for over 5 years, we highly recommend it. It's a good read, Bruno said. It gives great information about camping spots. We have always been impressed by how many of the Forest secondary roads are shown and labeled, Mr. Dhaliwal said.
 
5
   Great source for finding trails etc in forests
Very nice and current topo maps are also available at no cost today.
 
5
   Very detailed
The book is a treasure trove of historical information, said Robert Penndo, co-founder of the Penn State project. It's called the NIH. It's a large, somewhat cumbersome book, even for a first-time novelist. One person needs to drive, while the other uses the book.
 
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   Miss staple format
Several of the atlases I have purchased have been from the state archives. This atlas has a glued spine which is not conducive to use and therefore not useful. I miss how the format allowed the map to go from one page to the next, without losing any cohesiveness.
 
5
   Useful, keeps you in control
I keep it in my car, Mr. Dhaliwal said. Great to find the best route, Mr. O'Neill said. It's great to have a magnifying glass and study all the symbols, Bruno said. Just about everything you need to know about health care is at your fingertips.
 
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