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Topographic Maps

All persons using the Saguaro Wilderness Area should have the necessary orienteering and map reading skills to safely get around. We suggest that you carry National Geographic’s “Trails Illustrated Map”, which covers the entire park in one waterproof, tear- resistant map. This map is available at the visitor center.

Also available are three U.S.G.S. topographic maps, which encompass the majority of Saguaro National Park. They are: Tanque Verde Peak, Mica Mountain and Rincon Peak, Ariz. These maps are also available at the visitor center.

To aid in planning your wilderness experience, these maps may be purchased by mail or phone prior to your arrival. Contact the Western National Parks Association bookstore at the address/phone below.

WNPA Bookstore
3693 South Old Spanish Trail
Tucson, Arizona 85730
(520) 733-5155

Did You Know?

The forest of the Saguaro Wilderness Area.

Saguaro National Park is more than just a desert park. In fact, the highest point in the eastern district is Mica Mountain at 8,666 ft. There you will find a dense forest of Ponderosa pine, Douglas fir, alligator-bark juniper, and aspen.