Attraction Map Features
RoadsideAmerica.com provides an easy way to find roadside attractions and see where they are in relation to highways, towns, and other wacky attractions. Roadside America Attraction Maps™ integrates our database of favorite US sightseeing oddities with the power of Google Maps.
We've activated maps over 6,000 attractions, and add more daily. In some cases, an attraction's precise location in a town or along a highway may be off due to our faulty memories, inexact data, inaccuracy of the map itself, or some other factor. Attractions marked "Location Approximate" may be guesstimates. In general, our map points are good enough to get you very close, but use them at your own risk! If you encounter an error, or record more exact latitude/longitude yourself, let us know.
Click on the "Nearby Attractions" link in the right column of any map page to populate the map with pushpins for other places we think are unusual or interesting. Click on any link there and the map will center on that item.
You can find nearby hotels and motels by clicking on the link in the left column.
Hotel locations are derived from street addresses and on occasion may be off a bit. Unlike obscure roadside monuments, hotels are usually quite visible. If in doubt, call the hotel for directions.
Ability to Scale Map View
A map screen can be zoomed closer or further using the zoom scale in the upper left corner of the map.
Maps Part of "My Sights on RoadsideAmerica.com"
Use attraction locations and city maps in My Sights, a personal road trip tool that allows users to collect attractions around RoadsideAmerica.com and display them on a custom map.