Ah, maps...the ultimate trip planning tool! Whether you want to download an overview of the whole park on your phone or print a map for your next day hike, we've got you covered. Just know that all of these maps are intended for short, day hikes only. If you're planning a longer, backcountry hike, we recommend purchasing a topographic map at one of our visitor centers or online from the Shenandoah National Park Association or the Potomac Appalachian Trail Club (PATC).
This is the official guide to Shenandoah National Park. It contains a map of all of the available services and ameneties in the Park, as well as an introduction on what this place is all about.
With over 500 miles of trails, choosing your next hike in Shenandoah can be a little daunting. Not to fear! We've put together trail maps with suggested hikes and information for different areas of the Park. They are listed geographically below, starting with the northernmost part of Shenandoah, near Front Royal, and going down to the southern part of the Park, close to Waynesboro. Follow each link to print them out, or download the accessible PDFs to take with you on your mobile device
Dickey Ridge Area
Thornton Gap Area
Camping in one of our campgrounds is an amazing experience with the right preparation. These maps show where each numbered site is and provide an overview of the amenities available at each campground. They are listed geographically, going from the northern section of the Park to the southern section.
Mathews Arm Campground
Official Park App
Our mobile app is another great wayfinding option, featuring a map of the hiking trails, overlooks, services, and other points of interest in Shenandoah National Park. Just remember to download offline content before arriving at the Park, as cell reception is unreliable.
Last updated: May 22, 2020