- Southeast US: Covering all of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee; parts of Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Missouri, and Virginia
- South-Central US: All of New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas; parts of Arkansas, Louisiana, and Missouri
- Southwest US: Covering all of Arizona, parts of CA, UT, and NV
- Illinois: The entire state
- New England: A combination of mapsets previously available separately for MA, ME, VT, NH
- Montana Landowner Topo: The whole state, with special colors identifying landowners
- New Jersey: Entire state
- New York: Entire state
- Ohio: Entire state
- Washington: Entire state
- West Virginia: Entire state
Windows installers available for all, Mac for many. Part of the reason for this flurry of activity may be that Dan Bloomberg, webmaster for the site and creator of most of the older maps, has released a new tool called Topo Process that simplifies the process of obtaining and processing the data necessary to create these topo maps. While the official Garmin 1:24K topo maps have more features, like elevation profiles, routing, and shading in supported units, much more of the US is covered by these free maps than is currently available from Garmin. And you can’t beat the price.
In addition to the topo maps, a browse through the Custom Maps directory will bring up lots of other specialty maps and data, like trails, POIs, and even raster maps for a few areas like Joshua Tree National Park.