The Stanislaus National Forest is located in the eastern center of California.
Where is this Forest?


Maps & Publications

Forest Map
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Recreation, Wilderness, and other maps are available and may be purchased at any Forest office or from the National Forest Store. Some sporting goods stores, outfitters, and map stores also sell these maps.

Forest Maps
Forest  Forest Map National Forest Map Store Historic Maps (1916-2006)
Highway Specific Highway 108 Highway 120 Highway 4


Wilderness Maps
Forest  Carson-Iceberg Mokelumne  Emigrant
Trails Carson-Iceberg Emigrant  


Motor Vehicle Use Maps (MVUM)
Summit Ranger District Map Front (North) Map Back (South)
Calaveras Ranger District Map Front (North) Map Back (South)
Mi-Wok Ranger District Map Front (North) Map Back (South)
Groveland Ranger District Map Front (North) Map Back (South)

The Three Forests Interpretive Association (3FIA) sells interpretive books, forest maps and visitor materials at Stanislaus National Forest offices. Selections include trail guides, natural history and nature guides, and books on local history. Profits from sales are returned to the Stanislaus National Forest to help fund interpretive activities.