Maps & Publications

Overview map of the Olympic Peninsula with National Forest, Park, & Tribal lands, waterways & cities

The Olympic National Forest spans nearly 628,115 acres, with four offices, five wilderness areas, countless lakes, rivers, mountains, and trails for you to discover. A map is an excellent tool to bring with you on any adventure in the forest. Here you'll find a number of helpful maps, data, and publications to help you explore the Olympic National Forest. 

Online Maps and Data

Forest online recreation map              

National Interactive Visitor Map - Olympic 

Free, Downloadable Maps     

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Displays recreation sites at Olympic National Forest. ArcGIS platform.


Displays all national forest and grasslands 
recreation sites - zoomed into Olympic National Forest.

Maps overlay Forest Service assets on USGS topo maps by quadrangle. 

Maps are geo-referenced PDFs.

Maps for Mobile Devices, Avenza

Motor Vehicle Use Maps 

GIS Data                           

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Search for forest maps on Avenza & download using the PDF-maps app.

Maps show national forest system roads & trails open to motorized travel.

Digital data is available on our Geospatial Data web page.

Maps and Publications

Graphic: Forest map. Click to go to Discover Your Northwest.

Day Hikes on the Olympic Peninsula, Book Graphic. Click to go to Discover Your Northwest.



Discover Your Northwest: Wide selection of maps, books, and guides highlighting the Northwest’s natural and cultural history. Proceeds support educational programs and services.  

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

Maps and publications are available at Olympic National Forest office locations and visitor centers.

Which Map Do I Need?

Consult this description of all Pacific Northwest Region Forest Service Maps.


Regional Trails

Olympic Discovery Trail

Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail     

The Great Washington State Birding Trail - Olympic Loop

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Olympic Discovery Trail traverses the Olympic Peninsula. 

Pacific Northwest Trail travels over 1,200 miles through Montana, Idaho, and Washington before reaching its western terminus at the Pacific Ocean.

A self-guided driving tour using custom maps with information about each listed site including: habitat, access, bird species, best season(s), and amenities.