Forest Visitor Maps
- These maps are available to purchase from the National Forest Map Store and many retail outlets.
- You can access a PDF of the forest map (updated in May 2012). This is a very large file (31 Mb) and may take some time to download. Please be patient. Once it is downloaded, you can 'zoom in' with Adobe Reader software and print just the zoomed in view. The size of the map is 60"X60" inches. [access the map]
- Another option is geospatial map data
Free, Downloadable Forest Service Quad Maps
Many specialty maps, including Atlases, are available from the National Forest Map Store covering specific trails, Wilderness Areas and other special areas.
Local Maps and Information
Motor Vehicle Use Maps (MVUM)
Many brochures and maps are available from individual forests covering local recreation opportunities.
Shasta and Trinity Lake
On the Shasta-Trinity, we have recreation maps for Shasta Lake and Trinity Lake as well as boating safety maps for Shasta and Trinity Lakes. Note: These maps are available in our offices at no charge.
Snow Recreation Maps
Topographic Quadrangle Maps
Topographic quadrangle maps are produced cooperatively by the Forest Service and the U.S. Geological Survey. These maps are 22 x 27 inches, provide the greatest level of detail and cover only small portions of each forest. The maps are available over-the-counter at the Regional Office in Vallejo and from the U.S. Geological Survey.
Roadless Area Conservation Maps
These maps show categories of inventoried roadless areas in each National Forest in the United States.