How Many States have You Visited?

Our family loves to hit the road and go exploring across the United States in search of something amazing. I am personally at 46 states and the rest of the family is building their state list quickly. The kids have been to 40+ states so far and we’re working to add new states to their list with every road trip opportunity. But how do you track your travels? Keeping up with where you have been is almost as much fun as experiencing new states and countries. There are many different ways that people track their travels.  Here are some of my favorite ideas!

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How Many States Have You Visited?

Many people say they love to travel but don’t know how to quantify their progress. By putting a number on how many states you have visited, you can see your progress. Not only does this give you bragging rights when you achieve your goal of 50, but it also helps motivate you to keep traveling and exploring our great country!

How to Display Your Travels

Think Unique

If you are looking for something uniquely designed just for you, check out DifferentMaps. Different Maps can create a map for any place in the world. Whether you want a United States map like I ordered, or something very specific for your county, state, or geographic destination, you can request exactly what works for you. DifferentMaps creates wooden maps using laser-cut precision and epoxy resin.

Scratch Off Maps

Many people love using scratch-off maps. We love our scratch off map that helps us track our family travels!

If you are looking to travel to all 50 states and need a little help from the experts, check out this free resource from a fellow blogger in the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky area. Sign up to receive new articles at Travel 50 States with Kids and receive a free copy of the e-book How to Visit All 50 States in 12 Trips.

There are great vinyl state stickers that you can use to display your state travels!

When we were in Paducah, Kentucky on a family road trip, we had the opportunity to create a United States map on reclaimed wood. We use push pins to record our travels across the country.

How many states have you visited? I’d love to hear! Count them up and share them in the comments or post over on Facebook!

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