Forest Service maps can depict a wide variety of geographic and cultural features, including topography, river, streams and lakes, trails, roads, administrative boundaries, recreation facilities, ranger stations, and wilderness areas. They may also describe wood cutting and vehicle use restrictions. Scales vary. These maps are found in pamphlet boxes on the shelves in the map collection.
Note: U.S. Forest Service editions of the 1:24,000-scale topographic quadrangle maps are interfiled with USGS topographic maps.
Note: National Forest maps in the collection can be found in the map cases.