- Palmer Archipelago, group of islands off the northwestern coast of the Antarctic Peninsula
- Palmer Land, area of Antarctica
- Palmer Peninsula, former American name of the Antarctic Peninsula
- Palmer, South Australia
- Mount Palmer (Alberta), mountain in the Rocky Mountains
- Palmer, Ontario, a community in Burlington.
- United States
- Palmer, Alaska
- Palmer, Illinois
- Palmer, Indiana
- Palmer, Iowa
- Palmer, Kansas
- Palmer, Massachusetts, town
- Palmer (CDP), Massachusetts, the central area of the town
- Palmer, Michigan
- Palmer, Nebraska
- Palmer, Tennessee
- Palmer, Texas
- Palmer, Wisconsin
- Mount Palmer (Alaska), mountain in Anchorage
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