Maps & Publications

There are many different maps that cover the RRSNF's 1.8 million acres, and a mulitude of ways to get those maps ahead of your adventures! Whether you're going paper or digital, make sure you're prepared!

 

Interactive Forest Visitor Map

Use the Interactive Forest Visitor Map to locate roads, campgrounds, trails and other recreation sites on the RRSNF.  You can zoom way in for high resolution detail, and also change the background map! Print your map or save as a Geo PDF map (under "Tools" icon) and you can import it to your phone or tablet in a program like Avenza to locate yourself on the map--even without a cell signal! You can also find other national forests across the country on the map.

 

 
  • Forest Maps

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    Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest maps are available via Avenza and online stores, and the link below will get to you to where you need to go! You can also purchase paper maps at any office on the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest. Contact the unit you plan to visit to check on business hours, as well as to be sure they have the exact map you're looking for! Happy adventuring!

 

Other Maps

  • FS Topo

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    Free Forest Service Topography Maps overlay Forest Service assets, such as roads, trails, and campgrounds, on topographic maps.

  • Avenza Maps

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    Avenza Maps, a free mobile app, enables users to navigate in real-time across National Forests using official Forest maps as the background!

  • USGS National Map Store

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    Forest Visitor Maps for each national forest and grassland provide forest-wide information on attractions, facilities, services, and opportunities.

  • FS GeoData Clearinghouse

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    Through the Geodata Clearinghouse, you can find datasets related to forests and grasslands, including maps you can download, raster data, and links to other resources.

  • ArcGIS Online

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    The Forest Service uses ArcGIS Online and Open Data to share maps, data, and applications for use by other federal agencies, partners, and the public.

  • Ordering Paper Maps

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    Many National Forests offer free maps on their website, such as trail guides, campground sites, and Motor Vehicle Use Maps. Check National Forest websites for more information.