The Allegheny National Forest is located in the north western part of Pennsylvania.
Where is this Forest?

 

Maps & Publications

A number of maps of the Allegheny National Forest are available for free or purchase at the Supervisor’s Office and Ranger Districts. Interactive maps, downloadable maps and on-line purchase is located below and to the right on the screen. 

 

Visitor Maps - $9.00/each, NO Shipping and Handling Fee

Forest Recreation Map: "Visitor Maps" for each national forest and grassland provide forest-wide information on attractions, facilities, services, and opportunities. These maps are available to purchase from any Forest office or the US Geological Survey website.

This is a map of the entire Forest at a scale of ½ inch equals 1 (one) mile. It shows the road system, trails, wilderness areas, lakes, streams, developed recreation sites including camp and picnic grounds and boat landings, winter sports areas, points of interest including waterfalls, and other information beneficial to visitors. This map includes the North Country National Scenic Trail, winter recreation, snowmobiling, wildlife, canoeing, hunting, fishing and more. (2008 Edition.) 

The forest visitor maps show property boundaries, private and public land, recreation areas and day use areas, major roads and towns, and major water systems. These maps DO NOT show all existing Forest Service roads. For a map that shows the most up to date road and motorized trail information see the information on obtaining a Motor Vehicle Use Maps.

 

Topographical (1:24,000) Map

"Topographic Maps" provide the greatest level of detail and only cover small portions of a forest. The maps are available for download or purchase from the US Geological Survey website.

These maps are at a scale of 2.64 inches equals 1 mile and are in a 7 ½’ latitude by 7 ½’ longitude quadrangle format. They were derived from the U.S. Geological Survey Topographic Quadrangles, are highly detailed, and serve as the base for all other Allegheny National Forest maps. Topography is shown with a contour interval of 10 or 20 feet or 5 meters. See Allegheny quad map index to select map located on the Allegheny Map Order Form.

Topographical maps show topography of an area, boundaries between private and federal land, most roads and trails, and all water systems.  For a map that shows the most up-to-date road and motorized trail information see the information on obtaining a Motor Vehicle Use Map. 

 

Ordering Maps

To order maps, please print the order form, and mail it with check or money order for exact amount, payable to Eastern National Forest Interpretive Association (ENFIA), to:

USDA Allegheny National Forest
ENFIA

131 SMokey Lane
Marienville, PA 16239

Credit card orders (VISA or Master Card) are also welcome. If you would prefer to telephone your order in, you can call (814) 927-6628 Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. EST.

If payment is incorrect or if maps are out of stock, orders may be returned unfilled. There is a $3.50 shipping fee, and Pennsylvania charges 6% sales tax. Please allow two weeks for delivery. For large orders (25 maps or more), please allow four weeks for delivery.

A quadrangle map location diagram for quad maps is available here.

Map order form

Spotlights

Allegheny National Forest - Maps & Brochures

 Maps and Brochures for ANF's Recreation and Special Areas

Monitoring Reports

Monitoring Reports

 




Annual Reports

Annual Reports