2017 National Park Service Parashant Map
The basic NPS map below shows only the major dirt roads in the Parashant. Scroll down the page for links for the free download of the much more detailed 2016 BLM Arizona Strip Map.
Please note the NPS map displayed below has one error. Click here for the corrected version (12MB PDF). The correction fixes the designation of the 113 road from Whitney Pockets (Nevada) to the junction with the 111 road (in Arizona within the monument). Road 113 to the state line is gravel, not paved. However, it is usually very well maintained to the state line. Once in the monument, the road becomes a high clearance 4x4 road in the Grand Wash.
There are no paved roads in the Parashant. Cars are not recommended due to their low clearance and rubber tires designed only for pavement that can be punctured on rocks in the road. Rental pickup trucks are also not recommended as they come with tires designed just for pavement and have low front bumpers that can be torn off on rocks and wash crossings.
2016 BLM Arizona Strip (including Parashant) Topo Map including the Western Half of the Arizona Strip This Parashant map was produced by the Bureau of Land Management. Zoom in for much more detail than the National Park Service monument map at the top of the page. Please note that this BLM map shows Lake Mead at full pool. The lake is currently at about 45% of capacity. Grand Wash Bay near Tassi has been dry for the last 10 years and will not refill in the foreseeable future based on Bureau of Reclamation projections. The 2017 NPS map shows the current extent of Lake Mead.
Eastern Half of the Arizona Strip Topo Map This map includes the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, Vermillion Cliffs, and a portion of the Kaibab National Forest.
These BLM maps are available through apps for phones and tablets that include real time tracking to show you where you are on the map, including GPS coordinates. The topos are also available for purchase on rugged weather-proof plastic from the Public Lands Information Center in Saint George, UT (435)688-3200, as well as at the Pipe Spring National Monument visitor center.
Last updated: December 12, 2017