New Mexico maps showing counties, roads, highways, cities, rivers, topographic features, lakes and more.
New Mexico Download and Print Map Collection
New Mexico County Map:
This map shows New Mexico’s 33 counties.
New Mexico County Map with County Seat Cities
Map of New Mexico Cities:
This map shows many of New Mexico’s important cities and most important roads. The important north – south route is Interstate 25. Important east – west routes include: Interstate 10 and Interstate 40.
Detailed Map of New Mexico Cities and Roads
New Mexico Physical Map:
This New Mexico shaded relief map shows the major physical features of the state.
New Mexico Rivers Map:
This map shows the major streams and rivers of New Mexico and some of the larger lakes. The Great Continental Divide crosses New Mexico. The western portion of the state is in the Pacific Ocean Watershed and most of the drainage leaves the state through the San Juan, San Francisco and Gila Rivers. The eastern part of the state is in the Gulf of Mexico Watershed and most of the drainage leaves the state through the Rio Grande, Pecos and Canadian Rivers. A small part of New Mexico is a closed basin. The Estancia Basin, near Albuquerque does not drain to the Pacific or the Gulf of Mexico.
New Mexico Lakes, Rivers and Water Resources
New Mexico Rivers Shown on the Map: Canadian River, Cimarron River, Corrizo Creek, Gallinas River, Gila River, Mora River, Pecos River, Rio Chama, Rio Grande, Rio Hondo, Rio Penasco, Rio Puerco, Rio Salado, Rio San Jose, San Francisco River, San Juan River, Ute Creek and Vermejo River.
New Mexico Lakes Shown on the Map: Abiquiu Reservoir, Brantley Lake, Caballo Reservoir, Conchas Lake, Eagle Nest Lake, Elephant Butte Reservoir, Navajo Reservoir, Sumner Lake, Two Rivers Reservoir and Ute Reservoir.
New Mexico Elevation Map:
This is a generalized topographic map of New Mexico. It shows elevation trends across the state.