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Maps & Brochures

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"A Guide To Your National Forests" is a free brochure showing locations of national forests and grasslands along with contact information. Available from forest service offices.


"Visitor Maps" for each national forest and grassland provide forest-wide information on attractions, facilities, services, and opportunities . These maps are available to purchase from individual forests, the National Forest Store and many retail outlets. The most comprehensive source for maps is the US Geological Survey.


"Topographic Maps" provide the greatest level of detail and only cover small portions of a forest. These maps are available to purchase from the US Geological Survey, many individual forests, and many retail outlets.[graphic] More information about maps at US Geological Survey


Many specialty maps and brochures are available from individual forests and the National Forest Store covering specific trails, Wilderness Areas and other special areas. The US Geological Survey also sells many other map products covering the national forests and grasslands.

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Last modified August 06, 2004

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