Maps & Publications

Maps to help guide you

Resourceful maps of National Forests and National Grasslands in Arizona and New Mexico, including wildernesses.

How to Order Maps

For your convenience, there are three ways to purchase maps for the Coconino National Forest.

Popular Coconino National Forest Maps

  • Visitors Map

    Plastic, weather-proof 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.
    Cost $14

  • Sycamore Canyon

    Great for: Hiking, backpacking, horseback riding. Weather-resistant map of Sycamore Canyon, 2.69" = 1 miles scale. Includes trails and trail descriptions that spreads onto three National Forests.
    Cost $14

  • Red Rock Country

    Guides and seven Red Country country maps available for download, including Oak Creek and Sedona maps. Made possible through a partnership between the US Forest Service, Sedona Friends of the Forest, and a Keen Effect grant.

Printable, Online, and Downloadable Maps

  • Coconino NF Map

    The Coconino Forest Map is also available for download.

  • Quiet Areas

    Make note of scheduled seasonal closures and Quiet Areas before venturing into the Forest.

  • Avenza Maps

    Free and for a fee mobile maps for Android and iOS devices. Track your location, even when offline.

  • MVUM

    The Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM) is the legal document/map that shows where it is legal to drive a motorized vehicle. Great for: Driving, trail riding motorized vehicles. Download or pick up a print copy at a local office.

  • Cinder Hills OHV

    Georeferenced to work with your phone via Avenza Maps app. [pdf, 7 mb]

  • Interactive Map

    Forest Service roads, trails, recreation, wilderness areas, and wild & scenic rivers. 

  • Snowmobile Map

    Map of areas where over-snow motorized use is allowed [pdf, 12mb]

  • Geospatial Data

    Explore maps, data and other information related to forests in the Southwestern Region.

  • IA Maps

    All wildland fires that are controlled by suppression forces undergo initial attack. Initial Attack (IA) maps that are used by fire personnel who are first to arrive at an incident.

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