The Coconino National Forest is located in the center of Arizona
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Maps & Publications



Please keep motor vehicles on designated routes and areas. Designated roads that motor vehicles must stay on are displayed on a free Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM). More information about the MVUM is directly below.


Front Panel Image of 2014 MVUMCoconino National Forest Motor Vehicle Use Map  - FREE

The Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM) is the legal document/map that shows where it is legal to drive a motorized vehicle. The MVUM is re-published every year, so, please be sure that you are using the most current version when driving on the National Forest. The latest version is dated April 15, 2014.  If you would like a hard copy of this map, it is available upon request at any of our forest offices or by calling the Supervisor's Office at 928-527-3600. Electronic travel aids are available in color and are available for download to desktop computer, smartphones, tablets, or Garmin GPS devices here.




Forest Visitor Map Front PanelCoconino National Forest Map  -  $10

The map shows most Forest Service system roads and trailheads, and are a 1/2"=1 mile scale. They are planimetric and show some spot elevations. The cost is $10.00 and can be purchased at any Coconino National Forest Information Center or Ranger District office. You can also check with your local Arizona Forest Service office; they may have some.

The Coconino Forest Map is available for viewing online. These links are .jpg and .pdf files of the latest map:


[graphic] Photo of Sycamore Canyon Wilderness MapSycamore Canyon Wilderness Map   -   $10

Complete and current (2002) map of Sycamore Canyon, 2.69" = 1 miles scale. Printed on a plastic-like material, this map includes trails and trail descriptions for this wilderness area that spreads onto three National Forests.



Image of Flagstaff Trails MapFlagstaff Trails Map   -   $12

The second edition of the Flagstaff Trails Map, which was published in April of 2004 by Emmitt Barks Cartography, is a comprehensive map of single-track, urban trails (FUTS), and forest roads around Flagstaff for hikers, bikers, and equestrians. These maps are topographic (showing elevations) and are printed on a plastic-like material.



Image of Sedona Trails MapSedona Trails Map   -   $12

Printed in March of 2005, this Emmitt Barks Cartography map illustrates more than 200 miles of hiking and biking trails in Sedona's world-famous, breathtaking, red rock country.



Image of Sedona Outdoor Recreation MapSedona Outdoor Recreation Map   -   $12

The third edition of the Sedona Beartooth Outdoor Recreation Map covers the Coconino National Forest surrounding Sedona, including Oak Creek Canyon and Red Rock, Slide Rock and Dead Horse Ranch State Parks. The Beartooth Map includes trail descriptions for five area hikes and five area mountain bike trails, providing trail summaries, difficulty level and access information. Printed on waterproof plastic, it also includes informative features such as forty foot contour lines and shaded relief.


Other maps available in offices of the Coconino Forest 

  • Apache-Sitgreaves
  • Coronado
  • Gila
  • Kaibab
  • Prescott
  • Tonto
  • and many Wilderness Maps on the above forests.

The National Forest Maps are $10, and there is no shipping and handling charges for US Forest Maps. Please call 928-527-3600 for availability.


To order by phone

Call 928-527-3600 with your Visa, MasterCard, Discover Card or American Express.

To order by mail

Make check or money order made payable to

Arizona Natural History Association

Send to:

Coconino National Forest
ANHA Map Sales Office
 1824 S. Thompson Street
 Flagstaff, AZ 86001


Specialty Maps

Please see USDA Forest Service, Washington Office Maps and Brochures page.

Maps on Line

The easiest and most expedient method for you to receive Forest Service information is to use our "Find a Forest or Grassland" feature at

Once you find the forest/grassland(s) of your choice you may request specific information by contacting the forest/grassland directly. You may also want to try for more information about recreational opportunities on public lands in the West.

Initial Attack maps that fire personnel use for initial attack on an incident are also available.