Maps & Publications

Recreation Maps & Brochures, Motor Vehicle Use Map

Maps are organized by activity.

 

General/Forestwide Maps

  • ANF Recreation Map (2016) (pdf)

 

Recreation Site Maps

  • Buckaloons Recreation Area (pdf)
  • Clarion River Campsites (pdf)
  • Dewdrop Recreation Area (pdf)
  • Hearts Content Recreation Area (pdf)
  • Kiasutha Recreation Area (pdf)
  • Loleta Recreation Area (pdf)
  • Minister Creek Campground (pdf)
  • Red Bridge Recreation Area (pdf)
  • Tracy Ridge Recreation Area (pdf)
  • Twin Lakes Recreation Area (2016) (pdf)
  • Willow Bay Recreation Area (pdf)

 

Trail Maps - Hike, Ski, Bike, Equestrian

  • Beaver Meadows Area Trail System (2006) (pdf)
  • Brush Hollow/Mill Creek Cross Country Ski/Hike Trail (2016) (pdf)
  • Buzzard Swamp Trail System (pdf)
  • Hearts Content Orienteering (pdf)
  • Hearts Content Scenic Area Interpretive Trail (pdf)
  • Hickory Creek Wilderness (pdf)
  • Laurel Mill Cross Country Ski/Hike Trail (2016) (pdf)
  • Minister Creek Hiking Trail (pdf)
  • Morrison Hiking Trail (pdf)
  • North Country National Scenic Trail (pdf)
  • Rimrock Hiking Trail (2015) (pdf)
  • Spring Creek Horse Trail (pdf)
  • The Old Powerhouse - Oil Country Heritage (pdf)
  • Tracy Ridge Hiking Trail System (pdf)
  • Twin Lakes Hiking Trail (2016) (pdf)
  • Westline Cross Country Ski Area (pdf)

Trail Maps - OHV/ATV, Motorcycle, Dirt Bike, Snowmobile

  • ATV/OHM Trail Map Brochure: Willow Creek, Rocky Gap, Penoke, Marienville and Timberline Trails - (pdf)
  • ANF Snowmobile Trail Map (pdf)
  • ANF Snowmobile Trail Map Information (pdf)

Motor Vehicle Use Maps

The MVUM Displays:

  • National Forest System (NFS) roads, trails, or areas designated open to motorized travel.
  • Allowed uses by vehicle class (ex. highway-legal vehicles, vehicles 50 inches or less in width and motorcycles), and
  • seasonal allowances

Routes not shown on the MVUM are not open to public motor vehicle travel. Routes designated for motorized use may not always be signed on the ground but will be identified on the MVUM. It will be the public’s responsibility to reference the MVUM to stay on designated roads, trails, and areas open to motor vehicle use.

The MVUM will be updated annually to correct mapping errors and update travel decisions.

The MVUM is a black and white map with no topographic features. It is a map for legal designations of where you can travel with various motorized vehicles, but for additional reference it is best used in conjunction with other detailed maps. The MVUM is free to the public at each local offices.  The MVUM is available on this website and sections of it may be printed from your home computer.

If you do not already have a copy of Adobe Acrobat Reader you can download a copy from Adobe.

There are four ways to get a copy of an MVUM:

  • Visit the Travel Access website. Once you zoom into Pennsylvania the information for the Allegheny National Forest will start to appear.  Until you zoom in enough all you will see is "data available".  This version is full-color.
  • Call one of our offices to obtain full-sized, paper, versions of the map(s), visit the About Us section of the website for phone numbers and addresses. The print version is black and white. The locater map below will help you determine which map you need/want to request.
  • Contact us via email at r9_allegheny_nf@fs.fed.us to obtain either a paper or electronic version of the map.
  • Download a pdf version to your computer: