The Santa Fe National Forest is located in the center area of New Mexico.
Where is this Forest?

 

Maps & Publications

Various Santa Fe National Forest maps are available for purchase at any Santa Fe National Forest office, the Public Lands Information Center located off of Dinosaur Trail in southwest Santa Fe or by ordering online through the National Forest Store.

Available Maps:

Pocket Guide:          

General Forest map with campground information can be obtained at any Santa Fe National Forest Office

Free

Visitor Map:

UPDATED in 2015. Plastic tear proof "Forest" map of the east and west sides of the Santa Fe National Forest. The map highlights Forest roads, trails, and recreational areas.  Map scale 1:100,000.

$10

Wilderness Maps:

Plastic tear proof detailed maps of the Pecos or San Pedro Parks Wilderness areas.  Map scale 1:63,360 or better (1 inch = 1 mile).

$10

Quad Maps:

7.5 minute, detailed topographic quad maps.  Map scale 1:24,000 (1 inch = 0.38 mile).

$8

Motor Vehicle Use Maps (MVUM) can be found on the Travel Management webpage.

Geospatial (GIS) Data

Vicinity map of the Santa Fe National Forest

To purchase a map online please visit the National Forest Store.

Interactive Visitor Map is an online map that includes roads, trails, recreation sites and more.

For more information about our maps, contact Julie Luetzelschwab at (505) 438-5300.

 



 

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