United States Department of Agriculture
Coronado National Forest: Sierra Vista and Nogales Ranger Districts
The Coronado National Forest welcomes you to its two southernmost ranger districts - Sierra Vista and Nogales - which include some of the most unusual mountain and range country in Arizona. In an area famous for brilliant sun and expansive desert, isolated mountains rise from the savannas. These peaks, nearly 9,500 feet above sea level, support forests which offer relief from the lowland heat, as well as a wide range of recreational opportunities. They are ecological islands where distinct species of plants and animals have evolved. Coronado National Forest: Sierra Vista and Nogales Ranger Districts provides information on recreational uses, local plants and wildlife, surface management, trails, roads, streams, lakes, visitors centers, facilities available, campgrounds, and picnic areas. The map also displays color photographs of points of interest and activities. The map covers the ranger districts of the Coronado National Forest which are closest to Interstate 19, and the scale is generally ½ inch per mile (1:126,720).
- Applies to: Arizona.
- Forest Service map displays trail and road information, important visitor tips, and all Forest Service facilities, including sanitary waste stations.
- Map includes Las Cienegas National Conservation Area, part of San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area, Madera Canyon and the adjacent Mt. Wrightson Wilderness, Karchner Caverns State Park, and Parker Canyon Lake.
- Enjoy camping, horseback riding, birdwatching, wildlife viewing, hiking, picnicking, and scenic driving.
- Map is useful for OHV use, and AZ Hunting Units 34A, 34B, 35A, 35B, and 36A.
- No topographic detail shown.
- On synthetic paper, 2015
- Two-sided, self-cover, plastic folded map
- 4" × 9" folded; 39.75" × 27" unfolded