I keep a "Roads of Texas" atlas with me on trips......These MapsCo atlas's have good detail down to the tiny county roads and has them labeled.
..... I got mine at Walmart. It's pretty large but fits in my trunk. I assume they have them for every state.
I have a DeLorme atlas for PA & OH (normal areas of riding being in west-central PA) that I'll use for first planning a ride. The detail on those are quite good.
Then, once on the ride, I have a map pouch w/ all surrounding state maps (thank you AAA), as well as a couple of the specific/detailed copies of some of the atlas maps. I also have laminated state maps from Wally World. Those maps have very little detail, but do have major roads, and NO rain storm will destroy them.
As long as I know which direction (N-E-S-W) I'm going, I'll usually come up on a road I'm familiar with.... eventually.
So if I get a little 'mis-directed' (not lost!!!) while riding (and I'm not on a tight schedule) I'll just keep going. I'll find my way back once I head back.
That's why I like riding with no real destination plans, and not as much for commuting.
If I'm out, and the feeling of just continuing on overcomes me, well I'm gonna keep going !! Maybe I'll turn around at the next gas stop.
(I think that's one of the best perks of being single !!
I haven't used any web based mapping except to find mileage, and maybe a few of the more detailed instructions, and my only GPS doesn't support any mapping software, just way points, points of interest (that I have to enter) and routes taken.
Guess I'm old school for using the paper maps more than cyber maps.