Find a National Park Service Map

Explore maps of over 400 National Park Service units with a variety of downloading options, including JPEG, Geospatial PDFs, and Adobe production files. Produced by Harpers Ferry Center for Interpretive Media.

National Park Service System Maps

Includes National Park System Map & Guide, National Park Guide, four versions of the National Park System Map, and the National Park Service Regions Map.

National Trails System Map & Guide

Data Sources & Accuracy

Important information for users of NPS maps and digital spatial data.

National Park Service Story Maps

Story maps combine spatial data with multimedia content (such as text, photos, video, and audio) into a tailored user experience.

National Park Service Apps

Heading to a park and want to enhance your visit with your phone or tablet? You can download free iOS and Android apps to help plan your trip and discover the stories that make our parks special.

Thematic Map Resources

Alaska Public Lands Maps

This map is a large format wall map showing public lands across the state of Alaska and extending into the Northwest Territories, Yukon Territory, and British Columbia provinces of northwest Candada and the Chukotka Autonomous Region of Russia.

Note: These are temporarily unavailable as we update them to meet 508 compliance.
Thank you for your patience.

Alaska_PublicLands_Final - PDF
Alaska_PublicLands_Final2 - PDF

Authoritative Land Status Data

These maps, showing ownership and acreage, are the 'official record' of the acreage of federal and non-federal lands within the park boundaries. As such this data is intended for use as a tool for GIS analysis. It is in no way intended for engineering or legal purposes.

Biodiversity Across NPS

Explore the biodiversity of our national parks through the observations that visitors and citizen scientists have made on iNaturalist! iNaturalist is a mobile and web-based tool where people can document the plants, animals, and other species they see and the iNaturalist community works together to identify what was observed.

Geodiversity Atlas Map

Geodiversity refers to the full variety of natural geologic (rocks, minerals, sediments, fossils, landforms, and physical processes) and soil resources and processes that occur in the park. The NPS Geodiversity Atlas delivers information in support of education, Geoconservation, and integrated management of living (biotic) and non-living (abiotic) components of the ecosystem.

Geologic Resources Inventory Products

Map indicating parks with both a geologic map, report available, or a scoping meeting summary.

Inventory and Monitoring Network

Use this map to explore Inventory and Monitoring networks, their parks, and their science.

Land Resources Division

The Land Resources Division guides and supports the land acquisition program for the National Park Service. The following are examples of legislative, boundary, and aquisition maps managed by the National Park Service.

Cowpens National Battlefield Legislative Segment map

Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad National Historical Park Proposed Boundary and Authorized Acquisition Areas

Ocean and Coastal Parks

The National Park System has gorgeous ocean parks all the way from the icy waters of Alaska to the warm waters of the U.S. Virgin Islands and Pacific islands.

Parks with Hiking Opportunities

Identifies parks with hiking opportunities including information regarding backcountry Hiking and Off Trail Permitted Hiking.

Physiographic Provinces

The contiguous United States (the 'Lower 48') are divided into physiographic provinces according to their geomorphology. Every province has its own beauty, and its own cultural and geologic heritage highlighted by the National Park System.

Sound Mapping

Maps depicting natural sound conditions vs. current, human-impacted conditions. Scientists at the National Park Service use these maps to determine strategies for mitigating the effects of human-induced noise in park lands.

Vegetation Mapping Inventory by Park

The Vegetation Mapping Inventory classifies, describes, and maps vegetation communities in more than 270 national park units across the country. Species and vegetation communities vary from park to park, and park managers, researchers, and ecologists all need and use this information.

Wild and Scenic Rivers

This map provides detailed information and links for individual wild and scenic rivers.

Last updated: November 16, 2020