Maps & Publications

You can purchase maps by mail or in person at any office on the Umpqua National Forest. Contact the Ranger Station you plan to visit ahead of time to ensure that they have the map you need before traveling to that office. While our offices remain closed to the public, please purchase maps online from the USGS Store.

  • Recreation Maps

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    The Land of Umpqua Recreation Map shows the Umpqua National Forest and the Roseburg District Bureau of Land Management. It is ideal for general trip planning and navigating main roads.

  • Ranger District Maps

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    Ranger District Maps are ideal for detailed trip planning and navigating secondary roads. They display trails, roads, and recreation sites for specific Ranger Districts on the Umpqua National Forest

  • Wilderness Maps

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    Wilderness Maps are essential for planning and completing trips into designated Wilderness areas. They display all trails and trailheads and show topographic contour lines and relief shading.

  • Quad/Topo Maps

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    Quadrangle Maps provide the most detailed depiction of terrain on the Umpqua National Forest. They display a small area of 50 to 70 square miles and are ideal for backcountry or cross-country travel by foot.

  • Motor Vehicle Use Maps

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    Motor Vehicle Use Maps, or MVUMS, display the roads and trails that are open to motorized travel on the Umpqua National Forest. Only the routes shown on the MVUM are open to motorized vehicles.

  • Brochures and Publications

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    A wide variety of brochures are available to download online, including brochures about the North Umpqua Wild and Scenic River, the North Umpqua Trail, and local waterfalls.