Map of Missouri

The state is named after the Missouri River and derived from the Siouan word meaning “ Those who dugout canoes.”

Designed with accuracy using current map data, this Map of Missouri is a high quality image of the urban layout of the state.

Eight comprehensive insets depict the detailed layout of major urban settlements which include Branson, Columbia, Jefferson City, Joplin, Kansas City, St Louis, St Joseph and Springfield.

The transportation network interlinking the state is laid out elaborately with numbered highways.

The map of Missouri also provides an overview of the state’s topography with prominent markings. The Ozark Mountains, St Francois Mountain, Mississippi River, and Missouri River are other terrain features that can be found on the map.

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The state is named after the Missouri River and derived from the Siouan word meaning “ Those who dugout canoes.”

The State map of Missouri is graphically represented with cartographic excellence depicting the urban and political placements. The expanse of the map is elaborated with location of towns and cities, state boundaries and county demarcations. Clear labeling and simplified symbolic data, makes this map perfect for business, homes and offices. Box highlighters indicate inset map coverage of major urban settlements with details of road network, points of interest, parks and recreational areas.

This map of Missouri encompasses all primary and secondary cities and towns and a driving distance marker helps estimate mile gaps between destinations. Highlighted box frames indicate inset map coverage of major urban settlements like Branson, Columbia, Jefferson City, Joplin, Kansas City, St Louis, St Joseph and Springfield.

Numbered highways system, Road ways, airport locations, rail routes, waterways, parks are other transport related information that are included in the map. The physical landscape is depicted with attractive imagery and variation in color. The Ozark Mountains, St Francois Mountain, Mississippi River, and Missouri River wilderness areas, national parks and State parks are captioned and can be identified at a glance. The Missouri map is a wonderful combination of political and physical layout of the state perfect for geographical reference in classrooms, offices and home.

The Missouri map is also furnished with a city town index, County index, a driving distance chart, miniature map of the United States pinpointing the placement of state along with a digitized flag. A useful legend explains the symbol of population concentration, primary and secondary roads, airport location, state boundaries, time zones and boundaries.

  • Where is Missouri located on the map?

    Missouri is landlocked on all sides by 8 different US States. It is located in the Midwest region of the United States and is bordered by Iowa in the north and Arkansas on the south. Kentucky and Tennessee borders the state to the east across Mississippi. Oklahoma, Kansas and Nebraska form the western border.

  • Region Location on the map of Missouri

    According to the USCB, Missouri is located in the Midwest Region of the United States. It falls under the west north central, Division 4 along with Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota.

  • Time Zone in Missouri

    Missouri falls under the Central Time Zone and follows the Central Standard Time (CST) which is 6 hours behind Greenwich Mean Time.

  • Counties in Missori

    Missouri has 114 Counties and one Independent City which is St Louis. St Louis is also the most populous county of the state and Texas is the largest county in terms of land area. Perry County is the county with the largest number of Caves.

  • Information Bites:

    Capital of Missouri is Jefferson City and the largest metro is Greater St Louis. Kansas is the largest urban settlement and is marked in its true location. The Kansas City Metropolitan area and Greater St Louis are the major business centers of the state. There are 92 parks and historic sites in Missouri. The zip code range of the state is 63001-65899.

Major cities of Missouri

The map feature includes 8 informative insets of major urban settlements of the state. Each frame is complete with the latest street information, waterways, rail routes and airports. Accurate locations of landmarks, notable architecture, historical sites, utility and civic centers are indicated with clarity. Parks and forest areas are easily recognizable in each frame with green patches and specified symbols elaborated in the legend.

  • Branson

    Branson is located in the Ozark Mountains and extends over two counties of Missouri. Most of the city is a part of Taney County while a small portion extends into Stone County. The attraction of the city includes Hollywood Wax Museum, Silver dollar theme Park, Titanic Museum and White Water recreational center amongst others. Natural landmarks like Lake Taneycomo can also be placed on the frame. US route 65 serves the city and connects it to Springfield and Little Rock. Airport locations are also indicated with clarity. Zip Code Range of the city is 65615-65616.

  • Columbia

    Nicknamed the “Athens of Missouri'', the city of Columbia is located in the central part of the state. It is the seat of Boone County and the principal city of the Columbia Metropolitan area. It is the fourth most populous city of the state and the home to Missouri State University. Sites of interest include Rock Bridge Memorial State Park, National Forest Area, wildlife refuge, Agricultural park, MKT recreational area and four historic districts. Interstate highway and state highways are numbered and can be placed with ease. Interstate 70 and US Route 63 pass through the city. Rail routes are also drawn out elaborately on the frame. Zip Code of the City are 65201,65201,65203,65211.

  • Jefferson City

    Jefferson city is the Capital of Missouri, seat of Cole County and the principal city of Jefferson City Metropolitan Statistical Area. It is the fifth largest city of the state and the 15th most populous. The city extends over two counties. Majority of the city area lies in Cole County and a small area lies in Callaway County. Tourist locations marked on the inset are the architectural delight of Missouri State Capitol, St Peter’s Church, state Prison and Governor’s Mansion. Museums, universities, health centers and other notable buildings are also marked on the frame. The city is served by US Route 50,54 and 63 along with state highways and other roads. Passenger rail routes and airport location are also indicated clearly. The Zip Code Range of the city is 65101-65111.

  • Joplin

    Joplin is located in the southwestern corner of the state and extends over two counties. A part of it lies in Jasper County and the other part lies in Newton County. Joplin is the center of what is regionally known as the Four State Area which includes Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri and Kansas. Joplin is the largest city of Jasper County and the 12th most populous settlements of the state. The city is served by Interstate 44 and 49, Us Highway 71 and State Highway 66, 43 and 171. All highways are numbered for quick reference. Rail routes can also be placed in the inset. Attractions of the city include Rainbow Tree, Sculpture Garden, parks and recreational areas.

  • Kansas City

    Kansas City is the largest city of the state both in terms of population and land area. It extends over four counties namely, Clay, Cass, Platte and Jackson County which holds most part of the city. The city lies at the confluence of Missouri and Kansas River and comprises 240 neighborhoods. Important landmarks of the city are The Nelson-Atkins Museum, Word War I Museum, parks, recreational areas and ornamental fountains. Interstate 70 and Interstate 435 encircle the city and can be identified in a glance. Other primary roads, secondary roads and airports are also marked on the frame.

  • St Louis

    St Louis is the only independent city and the largest metropolitan area of Missouri. It is located on the banks of the Mississippi river and is the second largest city of the state. The city is home to three national research universities and company headquarters. St Louis is also the center of medicine and biotechnology. Health and medicine is the primary economic sector of the city. The city operates more than a 100 parks and the prominent ones are indicated on the frame. Points of interest that can be located on the frame are Forest Park, Art Museum, Zoo, Science Center, Gateway Arch National Park and National Memorial and botanical gardens. Road, rail, ship and air connect the city.

    Interstate highways 70 run east to west and Interstate 55 runs north to south. Port of St Louis provides waterways service. Rail routes and airports are also indicated on the frame.

  • St Joseph

    St Joseph is a small city located on the Missouri-Kansas border. The city is named after the founder of the town Joseph Robidoux and the biblical Saint Joseph. It is the seat of Buchanan County and the principal City of St Joseph Metropolitan Area. The city geographical extends a little into Andrew County. Points of interest include parks, golf courses, water parks, river walks and conservation areas. The city's two largest parks namely Krug Park and Hyde Park can be easily located on the frame. Airways and interstate highways 29 and 229 serve the city. US routes 36, 59, 71 and 169 also run through the city along with state highways and other primary roads.

  • Springfield

    Springfield is located on the Springfield plateau in the southwestern part of the state. It is the third largest city of Missouri and the seat of Greene County. Springfield is the primary city of the Springfield metropolitan which also includes cities like Nixa, Ozark, Bolivar and more. The points of interest that can be located on the frame are Nathanael Greene Memorial Park, Ice Park, zoo, conservation areas, Wilson’s Creek National Battlefield. Natural spaces like recreational lakes Table Rock, Buffalo National River, caves, Ozark National Scenic River way, Fantastic Caverns, Busiek State Forest and lake Springfield. Interstate 44 connects the city along with US route 60, 65, and 160.

Index and Legend

The map is also furnished with a city/town index, County index and a driving distance chart, which help locate all primary and secondary towns. The legend elaborates symbolic data like national parks, State parks , points of interest, highways, important roads, airports and other details of the title frame.

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SKU globeturner-GT048-ST-MO-16-1
Flat Size 32.75 x 18.25 in
Publication Date 2016
Publisher Name Globe Turner
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