Olympic National Park and Forest Map
View an Olympic National Park online map.
Free, Downloadable Maps
Forest Service Topography Maps: These maps overlay Forest Service assets, such as roads, trails, and campgrounds, on USGS's topographic maps. They are available for download by quadrangle.
You can download geo-referenced PDFs from this site. You can then use your mobile device's built-in GPS to track your location on the map if you have an app that reads geo-referenced PDFs on your device.
Buy Maps and Publications Online
National Forest Store: Offers a full, nationwide selection of National Forest, Ranger District, Wilderness, and Specialty Maps for purchase online or by phone, fax, and mail.
Discover Your Northwest: A nonprofit partner carrying a wide selection of maps, books, guides, and other interpretive products that highlight the Northwest’s natural and cultural history and support educational programs and services on public lands.
US Geological Survey: The national source to find, order, or download topographic maps, including quadrangles or “quads”.
Forest maps and publications are available in person at Olympic National Forest offices. Oregon and Washington National Forest, Wilderness, and Special Area maps are also available regional national forest offices.
Which Map Do I Need?
Consult this description of all Pacific Northwest Region Forest Service Maps to determine which map or maps will help you plan and complete a safe and enjoyable visit to a national forest.
Motor Vehicle Use Map
The Olympic National Forest Motor Vehicle Use Maps display National Forest System routes (roads and trails) that are open to motorized travel. They are generally at scales of between 1:42,000 and 1:75,000 (about 1.5 and 0.85 inches to the mile) and display only National Forest System routes (roads and trails) that are open to motor vehicles. View Motor Vehicle Use Maps by district.
Digital data covering the Olympic National Forest is available on our GIS Data web page.
Olympic Discovery Trail
Olympic Discovery Trail traverses the Olympic Peninsula. Online maps are available.
Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail
The Pacific Northwest Trail begins near the Continental Divide in Glacier National Park and travels over 1,200 miles through Montana, Idaho, and Washington before reaching its western terminus at the Pacific Ocean near Cape Alava. View an online map of this exciting trail.
The Great Washington State Birding Trail - Olympic Loop
The Great Washington State Birding Trail - Olympic Loop is a self-guided driving tour using custom maps with information about each listed site including: habitat, access, bird species, best season(s), and amenities.