Forest Visitor Maps
A variety of Forest maps and publications are available at the Interagency Visitor Center in Boise at 1387 South Vinnell Way 83709. The Boise NF Ranger District Offices, and Boise NF Vendors also carry maps. See order form for maps and guides under related links or call the Visitor Center if you need more information at 208-373-4007.
"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 individual forests, the National Forest Store and many retail outlets. Also, Idaho maps and books may be ordered from the Public Lands Information Center.
The most comprehensive source for maps is the US Geological Survey. Forest Visitor Maps are also available on mobile technology through the Avenza Map Store. 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.
View the Forest Visitor Maps that are available for the Region.
Click HERE for a link to a webpage that has many printable brochures.
"Wilderness Maps" for many wilderness areas are available to purchase from individual forests, the National Forest Store and many retail outlets. Region 4 Wilderness Maps are also available on mobile technology through the Avenza Map Store.
View the Wilderness Maps that are available for the Region
Here is a great Web site to get free topo maps. Check out USDA FS Geo data Clearinghouse!
The Intermountain Region offers several types of trail maps, many specific to recreational activities such as cross-country skiing, backpacking and snowmobiling. However, availabiliy varies by Forest. Please contact your local Boise NF office or vendor for additional information.
The Idaho Department of Recreation also has an excellent website for maps.