Maps & Publications

Many maps and publications are available to provide visitors with information about the Shoshone National Forest. Visitor information maps are comprehensive plastic coated maps or digital, geo-referenced Avenza maps that show roads and highways, cities, bodies of water, recreational sites, campgrounds, trails, private and public land designations, and more for Shoshone National Forest. These maps are $14 for print and $5 for digital editions. Motor Vehicle Use Maps (MVUM) show motorized roads, trails, and seasonal closures and are available for free as downloads and at ranger district offices.


  • Mobile Friendly Maps

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    Download forest visitor maps to your mobile device via the Avenza app.

  • Motor Vehicle Use Maps

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    Motor Vehicle Use Maps (MVUM) show national forest system roads & trails open to motorized travel. There are four MVUMs that cover the Shoshone National Forest.

  • Buy Maps Online

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    Find the for national forest, national grassland, ranger district, wilderness area or other specialty maps you are looking for on the USGS Store.

  • Publications - Shoshone National Forest Visitor Guide

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    Much like the Shoshone National Forest, our Visitor Guide has a little something for everyone. Whether you are interested in camping, hiking, wildlife watching, skiing, hunting, fishing, or driving scenic byways, you'll find the Visitor Guide full of useful information to help you prepare for your next visit to the Shoshone National Forest.

These Free, Downloadable Topo Maps overlay Forest Service assets on USGS topo maps by quadrangle. 

Motor Vehicle Use Maps show national forest system roads & trails that are open to motorized travel. Routes designated for motorized use may not always be signed on the ground but will be identified on the MVUM.

National Forest Map Finder:  Offers a full, nationwide selection of National Forest, Ranger District, Wilderness, and Specialty Maps for purchase online or by phone, fax, and mail.

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