The Idaho Panhandle National Forests are located in the northern part of Idaho.
Where is this Forest?

 

Maps

[IMAGE: Land of Umpqua, Cottage Grove, Diamond Lake, North Umpqua, and Tiller Ranger District Maps]

You can purchase maps by mail or in person at any office on the Umpqua National Forest. You may want to contact the unit you plan to visit to be sure they have the exact map you want before traveling to the office or mailing in your order form.

 

RECREATION MAPS (General information and sample image)

Land of the Umpqua Recreation Map (Includes Umpqua National Forest and Roseburg District Bureau of Land Management) - 1:126,720 scale (1/2" to the mile)

 

DISTRICT MAPS (General information and sample image)

Cottage Grove Ranger District Map - 1:63,360 scale (1” to the mile)

Diamond Lake Ranger District Map - 1:63,360 scale (1” to the mile)

North Umpqua Ranger District Map - 1:63,360 scale (1" to the mile)

Tiller Ranger District Map - 1:63,360 scale (1” to the mile)

 

WILDERNESS MAPS (General information and sample image)

Umpqua Wilderness (Includes Boulder Creek Wilderness, Mt. Thielsen Wilderness, Rogue-Umpqua Divide Wilderness and Oregon Cascades Recreation Area) - 1:63,360 scale (1" to the mile)

 

7.5-MINUTE QUADRANGLE (Quad) or TOPOGRAPHIC ("Topo") MAPS (General information)

Quad / Topo Maps - 1:24,000 Scale (2.64" to the mile) - Index to Quads (1,620 KB PDF)

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GIS MAPS

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Before heading out to the woods, be prepared with the best available information!

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Our Rich Heritage

Photo: Launch at Boathouse. The USFS Firefly at Camp B. Distillery Bay, 1910

Our heritage web pages tell a portion the IPNF story through photos, articles and documents that have been produced since the Heritage program first began in the late 1970s.

Marble Creek Splash Dams Project

Upper splash dam on Marble Creek

The purpose of the Marble Creek Splash Dams Project focuses on improving passage for native westslope cutthroat trout and bull trout.