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Examples of Forest Maps

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Discover Your Northwest: A nonprofit partner carrying a wide selection of maps, books, guides, and other interpretive products that highlight the Northwest’s natural and cultural history and support educational programs and services on public lands.  

US Geological Survey: The national source to find, order, or download topographic maps, including quadrangles or “quads”. Go to USGS Store

Oregon and Washington  National Forest, Wilderness, and Special Area maps are also available directly from national forest offices.

Which Map Do I Need?  Consult this description of all Pacific Northwest Region Forest Service Maps to determine which map or maps will help you plan and complete a safe and enjoyable visit to a national forest.

Winter Range Closure Maps

Winter range is habitat deer and elk migrate to in order to find more favorable living conditions during the winter.  Winter range is found predominantly in lower elevations of central Oregon and is extremely important to mule deer survival.  Winter ranges usually have minimal amounts of snow cover and provide vegetation for forage, hiding cover, and protection from the weather.  In Oregon, mule deer migrate, often long distances, to lower elevations to escape or minimize exposure to snow cover. 

How Else to Get Maps

  • Mail-in: fill out one of our handy order forms on our Maps Available for Purchase page, and mail in with payment. Please note: check or money order accepted - no credit cards with mail-in orders.
  • Phone-in: you may pay by credit card with phone orders. Use the table on our Maps Available for Purchase page to see what is available.
  • Forest Service Offices: Visit one of the Deschutes or Ochoco NF offices or the Prineville BLM District Office: List of Offices. The selection of maps varies by office: please call ahead for availability.
  • Outdoor recreation retail outlets often carry a variety of forest and recreation maps

Motor Vehicle Use Maps (MVUM)

Motor Vehicle Use Maps (MVUM) are the official maps for designating all roads and trails available for public motorized travel on the Deschutes & Ochoco National Forests and the Crooked River National Grassland. Visitors should not rely on any other maps for making decisions about motorized travel.

Click here to go to the MVUM page where you can learn more about and download these maps.

OHV Area Maps

Cline Butte Recreation Area Cline Buttes Recreation Area QR Code
East Fort Rock East Fort Rock QR Code
Edison Butte OHV Area Edison Butte OHV Area QR Code
Green Mountain Trail Green Mountain Trail QR Code
Henderson Flats OHV Trail Henderson Flats OHV Trail System QR Code
Millican Valley OHV Trail Millican Valley OHV Trail QR Code
Rim Butte Jeep Trail Rim Butte Jeep Trail QR Code
Three Trails Map Three Trails Map Deshutes National Forest QR Code


Discover Your Northwest (DYN) Publications

Discover Your Northwest serves as an outlet for general interest publications about the Pacific Northwest. Some of our Forest Service offices carry a variety of DYN publications that cover the central Oregon area. If you want to view or purchase these great publications, please visit Discover Your Northwest's online store.

National Forest Foundation

Your National Forests magazine and annual reports


Trail Maps

You can download these trail maps to any smart phone and view them in a PDF format as a digital map.

If you have an smart phone you can download these maps and then using the Avenza PDF maps App from iTunes or Google Play you can use the GPS feature to track your location on these maps.

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