I must be doing something incorrectly - I find that when I click on a state, the map, which to me is the most important part of the main page, is very small and difficult to maneuver. It's like trying to see through a small peephole in a fence. For example, I decide I want to drop down from Rawlins, Wyoming to the area near Buena Vista CO, in short hops, spending a couple days here and there. But I have to zoom in on BV, and then zoom out to see what's between there and Rawlins, and zoom back in, losing my place on the map in the meannwhile. When I click a state, I'm going to click on an area I want to find a place to camp in, and it seems unnecessarily difficult to do so. The map seems to comprise less than a tiny part of the entire webpage, (and less than half the page without scrolling). The lists of 'top-rated' and 'most popular' places occupy most space. I'd only be interested in those if I were randomly searching for places to visit. Perhaps the majority of people who use this website are just randomly searching for popular places and don't care where they are - I don't know! But Colorado is a good example of a state where I definitely want to plan carefully where I'm going to traverse those mountains. Am I doing something wrong?