National Parks

The National Park Service provides maps of most of their parks, memorials, national historic sites, and national historic trails.  Simply choose a park and look through the information online, or check out one of the maps, brochures or booklets from the Government Documents collection in the Research Center.

The National Parks Conservation Association also has a national park locator allowing you to search by park name, state, category, or theme.

Find a list of links for maps of United States national parks and monuments in the Perry-Castañeda Library
Map Collection. 

You can find more, varied information about our national parks from The United States Geological Survey:

3-D views and photographic tours of park geology and natural history.

Explore the basics of geology as well as the unique geological elements found in some of our national parks.

National Forests

The US Forest Service prints visitor brochures and maps of their national forests and grasslands, plus specialty maps of their trails and national wilderness areas.  These maps cover their attractions, facities and services.  We have many of these maps available for checkout in our Government Documents collection in the Research Center.