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Map Of Alabama

Explore Alabama by using this Alabama Map, (abbreviation: AL) concerning is the 22nd state. It became a constituent state of the USA on December 14, 1819. Montgomery is its capital city since 1847. The State of Alabama is known by its nicknames: Yellowhammer State, Cotton State, and “Heart of Dixie”. While the State motto is “We Dare Defend Our Rights”, it has 7 seats in the U.S. House of Representatives and 2 Senators. This US state is bordered by 4 other states: Tennessee, Florida, Georgia, and Mississippi.
Map of Alabama

Alabama State Map :

The Alabama State Map depicts state highways, interstate highways, and US Federal highways. It shows the largest (Birmingham) and the oldest city (Mobile) and the capital city (Montgomery). The map helps you find the location of airports and major attractions such as the Noccalula Falls and US Space and Rocket Center.



Maps of Alabama


Alabama (AL) is located in the southeastern region of the US. It shares its borders with 4 neighboring states. Alabama is bordered by Tennessee (to the north), Florida and the Gulf of Mexico (to the south), Georgia (to the east), and Mississippi (to the west). The Alabama maps will help you get a comprehensive picture of its boundaries, counties, topographical features, roadways, airports, railway lines, national parks, and many more.

Alabama on Map

Alabama on Map

This map tells you exactly where the State of Alabama is located in the entire map of the United States of America. It tells you the borders with neighboring states along with an overview of the borders of other states in the US. Alabama on Map gives you a glimpse of the locations of Hawaii, Canada, Russia, Mexico, and The Bahamas. You can know where the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico are situated with respect to the US and the different states (especially Alabama).

Alabama State Map with Cities

Alabama State Map with Cities

This map shows you Alabama’s state boundaries and county boundaries, and borders with neighboring states. It shows where the state capital (Montgomery) is located, other major cities (Birmingham, Huntsville, etc.), and the most populated cities. Alabama State Map with cities depicts all the highways (State, Federal, and Interstate) crisscrossing the state, railway lines, rivers, and lakes.

Alabama Map Outline

Alabama Map Outline

The blank outline map of Alabama helps you know the border of the state and its neighboring states. On the map, it has a nearly rectangular shape, which is elongated in the north-south direction. Alabama shares its borders with Tennessee to the north, Florida to the south, Mississippi to the west, and Georgia to the east. At the southwestern corner where Mobile Bay is situated, Alabama touches the Gulf of Mexico.

Physical Map of Alabama

Physical Map of Alabama

This physical map of Alabama highlights different landforms of the state. Alabama has a total area of 52,423 sq mi (135,775 sq km) and a water area of 1,673 sq mi (4,333 sq km). In terms of land area, it is the 30th largest US state. The length and width of the state are 332 miles (531 km) and 191 miles (306 km) respectively. This map gives you a clear picture of all the topographic features of Alabama including mountain peaks, plateaus, elevations, plains, rivers and river beds, lakes, state boundary, the state capital, and many more.




Alabama States Map


Alabama Area Code Map

Alabama Area Code Map

Alabama has 4 area codes. They are 205 (Jefferson Saint Clair, etc.), 251 (Mobile, Baldwin, Monroe, Clarke, etc.), 256/938 (Madison, Laurence, Limestone, etc.), and 334 (Montgomery, Dallas, Houston, etc.). With the help of the Alabama Area Code Map, you can know the Area Code Boundary, Counties, County Boundary, State Boundary, and State Capital.

National Parks in Alabama

National Parks in Alabama

Alabama has 11 national parks with 1,279,753 yearly visitors. These national parks include national monuments, national military parks, national preserves, parkways, national scenic trails, national historic trails, and national historic sites. This map of national parks in the state will also help you locate different national parks in Alabama, interstate highways, State Highways, US Federal highways, railway lines, state boundary, the state capital, and major town across Alabama.

Alabama County Map

Alabama County Map

There are 67 counties in the State of Alabama. The largest 3 counties, in terms of land area, are Baldwin County (1,589.78 sq mi or 4,118 sq km), Tuscaloosa County (1,321.75 sq mi or 3,423 sq km), and Clarke County (1,238.46 sq mi or 3,208 sq km). However, the most populous counties are Jefferson County, Mobile County, and Madison County. Alabama County Map helps you locate county boundaries, state boundaries, the state capital, and county seat.

Map of Alabama Cities

Map of Alabama Cities

The US state of Alabama has 169 cities and 291 towns. These cities account for just 9.6% of the total land area of the state. However, around 60% of the total population of Alabama lives in these cities and towns. The capital city of the state is Montgomery, which is also the 2nd largest city in Alabama. All the cities (major and others) are located in this Map of Alabama Cities along with state boundary, and state capital.

Alabama Topographic Map

Alabama Topographic Map

This Topographic map of Alabama will help you to get a clear view of the different landforms and their respective heights from sea level. The topography of the State of Alabama can be divided into 4 parts. Piedmont Plateau is located mainly in the east-central part of the state. This landform predominantly consists of high mountain ranges and valleys. The Cheaha Mountain (highest point in Alabama) is located in the northern part of this plateau. While the Appalachian Plateau is located in the northwestern part of Alabama, the Gulf Coastal Plain (consisting of fertile lowlands) is situated in the southern part. The 4th major topography is Ridge and Valley section.

Alabama Zip Code Map

Alabama Zip Code Map

With the Alabama Zip Code Map, you can know the zip codes of all the cities and towns in Alabama. In addition, this map also shows the outlines of different places having different zip codes. There are 68 zip codes in Alabama. You can also check out the State Capital, State Boundary, and Zip Code boundaries.


Travel Maps of Alabama

Alabama Airports Map

Alabama Airports Map

As Alabama is an important state in the United States, it is visited regularly by both national and international tourists. With the help of the Alabama Airports Map, you can know the names and locations of the multiple international and regional (domestic) airports in the state. You can also figure out the name and location of the State Capital, important cities near the different airports, County boundaries, and State boundaries.

Alabama Golf Courses Map

Alabama Golf Courses Map

304 golf grounds are there in Alabama. While some of them are owned by the government, others are managed by private entrepreneurs. The cities that boast of having huge golf grounds are Montgomery, Mobile, Athens, Birmingham, Decatur, Anniston, Tuscaloosa, Auburn, and Huntsville. Get the location of different golf courses along with the map of the highways and other roads that can take to these golf courses.

Alabama Railroad Map

Alabama Railroad Map

All the important cities including Montgomery, Birmingham, Athens, Oxford, Hartselle, Troy, Mobile, Atmore, Brewton, Dothan, Opelika, Eutaw, Winfield, and Calera are well connected by railways. Also, the southernmost cities are well connected with Chattanooga, St. Louis Railway, and Nashville. A non-profit organization, the Alabama Railway Association, provides locals with the most affordable railway services. Know the location of different cities in Alabama and how they are connected to each other by railway in this map.

Alabama Rivers Map

Alabama Rivers Map

The most important rivers in the US state of Alabama are Tennessee, Coosa, Tallapoosa, Choctawhatchee, Black Warrior, Pea, Cahaba, Tombigbee, Alabama, and Conecuh. With the help of the Alabama Lakes and Rivers Map, you can know the names, locations, and pathways of different rivers and lakes. It also shows the State capital and State Boundary.

Alabama Road Map

Alabama Road Map

If you want to know which are the different roadways (US Federal Highways, Interstate Highways, and State Highways) in Alabama, this map will give you a detailed image. You can know from where each of these roads starts, through which counties it passes through, and where it ends.

Alabama Tourist Attractions

Alabama Tourist Attractions

The state of Alabama is a very popular tourist destination in the United States. Some of the most important landmarks in Alabama are Gulf Shores & Orange Beach, Trail of Tears National Historic Trail, Russell Cave National Monument, Natchez Trace Parkway, and many more. If you want to know about the top tourist attractions of Alabama, their locations, county boundaries, State Boundary, and the State Capital, Alabama Attractions Map will help you get a clear picture.

Museums in Alabama

Museums in Alabama

This map will help you know where the different museums in Alabama are located. The map also illustrates how different roadways (US Federal, Interstate, and State highways) would take you to the museum of your choice. Some of the most important museums and cultural centers in Alabama are The Peoples Historical Museum, Autauga County Heritage Center, Old Depot Museum, Old Cahawba State Park, Jazz Hall of Fame, and many more.


More Alabama States Maps

Colleges in Alabama Map

Colleges in Alabama Map

Most of the colleges and universities in Alabama are located in Jefferson and Shelby counties. The University of Alabama (in Tuscaloosa) and Calhoun Community College (in Decatur) are the two most important colleges in the state. The University of Alabama (UA), Auburn University (AU), the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB), and The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) are the Tier 1 national universities in the state. Know where these colleges and universities are located and how you can reach them.

Alabama Latitude and Longitude Map

Alabama Latitude and Longitude Map

Get the latitude and longitude of the county seats in Alabama in this attitude-longitude map. You can also check out the State Capital, county boundaries, and state boundaries in the Alabama Latitude and Longitude Map.

Alabama Population Map

Alabama Population Map

This map will help you know about the most populous counties in Alabama. The most populous counties are Jefferson, Shelby, Etowah, Calhoun, Morgan, Madison, Houston, Baldwin, Mobile, and many more. Consult Alabama Population Map to know where these counties are located.




Last Updated on: September 21st, 2021