Motor Vehicle Use Map

The Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM) is the legal document that shows designated roads, trails and areas where people can drive a motor 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 map is a requirement of the 2005 Final Travel Management Rule. Each map displays National Forest System roads and trails or areas designated as open to motorized travel. The MVUM also displays allowed uses by vehicle class (such as highway-legal vehicles, vehicles 50 inches in width or less and motorcycles), different seasons of use for selected roads, and roads with 300-foot corridors.

Only the routes shown on the MVUM are open to public motor vehicle travel. It is the public’s responsibility to reference the MVUM to stay on designated routes for motor vehicle use.

If you plan on camping, driving off-highway vehicles, hunting, or exploring the backcountry; make sure you first get a free Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM) to know which roads are open to motor vehicle use. Know before you go!

The free, black and white maps are available at each local Ranger District office and Supervisor’s Office. The maps are available as PDFs on this website or on your smartphone through the Avenza Maps app. The MVUM lacks topographic features and is best used with a Forest Visitor Map or other detailed map.

Motor Vehicle Use Maps

Cottage Grove Ranger District (4,774 KB PDF)

Diamond Lake Ranger District

West Half of Diamond Lake Ranger District (7,288 KB PDF)

East Half of Diamond Lake Ranger District (6,555 KB PDF)

North Umpqua Ranger District

North Half of North Umpqua Ranger District (5,275 KB PDF)

South Half of North Umpqua Ranger District (8,691 KB PDF)

Tiller Ranger District

West Half of Tiller Ranger District (5,511 KB PDF)

East Half of Tiller Ranger District (5,387 KB PDF)

Forest Vicinity Map

Umpqua National Forest Vicinity Map