The Xplorer Maps journey began with two brothers - a talented, globe-trotting artist and an entrepreneurial geography buff who had a mission to create hand-drawn, antique-style maps of national parks and travel destinations that would make lasting and meaningful connections between people and place worldwide. But Chris and Greg Robitaille were looking for more. They wanted to form partnerships with organizations dedicated to the conservation and preservation of our public lands and give back to the places they love. The brothers regularly donate a percentage of map sales to ongoing efforts to protect these lands.
The result is a rewarding partnership combining original artwork, unique story-telling and philanthropy. These entirely custom and original maps are truly one-of-a-kind keepsakes to share with friends and family for years to come. There are simply no other maps that can compare anywhere!
A percentage of every Xplorer Maps product sold goes directly to 1% for the Planet - an organization dedicated to pairing businesses with like-minded non-profits in a collaborative effort to solve the many environmental issues facing our world.
Initially established by Congress in 1929 to protect the surrounding area from commercial exploitation, Grand...
Established in 1915 by President Woodrow Wilson, Rocky Mountain National Park encompasses more than 415...
An organized territory in 1861, Colorado was admitted to the union in 1876 by Ulysses...
"One of the most enjoyable things I get from maps is the sense of adventure – of imagining where I can travel and what I would see if I were able to go there. The wonderful drawings in Xplorer Maps help me imagine what will be there.”
— Joan Sullivan ~ San Francisco, California
“Washington’s National Park Fund’s board and staff thoroughly enjoyed partnering with Xplorer Maps during the process of developing the Olympic National Park map. Xplorer’s team was collaborative throughout the process, something we value greatly. The final product wowed park visitors, and the proceeds donated in perpetuity are being invested back into the Olympic National Park.”
— Laurie Ward ~ Executive Director, Washington’s National Park Fund
"After a recent trip to California, we had been searching for special artwork to commemorate our visit to Yosemite. We found the perfect map from Xplorer Maps. The online ordering experience was easy and uncomplicated, and it was shipped to Austria within a few days. The unique, hand-drawn fine art print we now have in our home holds special memories of our visit to America."
— Gerhard Lechner ~ Austria