Maps & Publications

Prescott National Forest Visitor's Map

The Prescott National Forest map shows land ownership, Forest Service roads and trails, and developed recreation areas. It does not show elevation changes. The map is printed on durable plastized paper. The East half of the forest is printed on one side with the West half of the forest on the reverse.

Purchase from USFS Region 3 by phone or mail:

Follow instructions on this map order form to purchase maps for National Forests in Arizona and New Mexico.

Purchase at ranger station: Prescott National Forest (PNF) Visitor's Map are available for purchase at all PNF ranger stations and may be available at ranger stations on neighboring forests.

Purchase online:  at the National Forest Map Store.

Purchase from Prescott National Forest by mail: Send a check or money order made out to "USDA Forest Service" for $14.00 to:

Prescott National Forest
ATTN: Receptionist
344 South Cortez Street
Prescott AZ 86303

Include a note with your name and return address, and stating that you want a "Forest Visitors Map". Please contact us first if you are interested in purchasing more than one map, or other maps that we carry so we can tell you the amount to enclose.

 

Georeferenced Maps

These maps are in a geopdf (georeferenced) format suitable for use with avenza mobile mapping application. They can be downloaded and viewed on any computer, tablet, or smart phone, though they are large files and will take a while to download for those with slower connection speeds.

Motor Vehicle Use Maps: 

‚ÄčMotor Vehicle Use Maps (MVUMs) These free maps are available at any ranger district and can also be downloaded.

Other:

Topographical Maps:

 The City of Prescott has several outdoor shops that sell hard copy topographical maps, or you can download them at the link provided.

 

Geospatial Data:

 

Brochures:

A wide variety of brochures about popular forest locations, Forest Service programs, and brochures from cooperating agencies are available at the Bradshaw, Chino Valley, and Verde Ranger Stations.

Three brochures can be downloaded below:

Front Cover of Thumb Butte, Granite Basin, and Lynx Lake Recreation Area Brochures