National Forest Service
Douglas Ranger District, Coronado National Forest Map
- Applies to: Arizona; New Mexico.
- Forest Service map displays trail and road information, important visitor tips, Forest Service facilities, campgrounds and trail heads, and more.
- Map coverage includes the Dragoon, Peloncillo and Chiricahua moutains, Cave Creek Recreation Area, Peloncillo Wilderness Study Area, the Chiricahua National Monument, and the San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area.
- A great map for scenic driving through the forest lands and mountains.
- Enjoy camping, picnicking, hiking, horse riding, scenic viewing, birdwatching, wildlife viewing, and fishing.
- Map is useful for OHV use, and AZ hunting Units 29, 30A, and 30B.
- No topographic detail shown.
- Printed on tear-proof, water resistant material.
Dragoons, Chiricahuas, Cochise, Tombstone: all are associated with the lands that now make up the Coronado National Forest. The Coronado totals almost 2 million acres in 12 units, mountain ranges that rise like islands from a sea of desert sand. This map presents 3 of those sky island units, the Dragoon, Chiricahua, & Peloncillo ranges which lie in the southeastern corner of Arizona & southwestern corner of New Mexico. Included are the Dragoon, Little Dragoon, Chiricahua, Pedregosa, and Peloncillo Mountains, San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area, Chiricahua Wilderness, Chiricahua National Monument, Fort Bowie National Historic Site, St. David, Tombstone, Gleeson, Pearce, Sunsites, Portal, & Rodeo. This map provides information on fire, forest road, & OHV safety, the Leave No Trace program, route markers, road closures, bears, travel precautions, the Chiricahua Mountains, Chiricahua NM, & Fort Bowie NHS. Also included are a table of Forest Service Recreation Sites & an Index to Topographic Maps (7.5' series). Also displays color photos of points of interest. The map shows boundaries; highways, roads, & trails; railroads; power transmission lines; township & section lines; fire reporting stations & other forest service facilities; horizontal control facilities; landmark objects & monuments; gaging stations; mining activity; gravel & borrow pits; buildings; schools; churches; cemeteries or corrals; tanks; windmills; locked gates; wells, springs, stock tanks, & live & intermittent streams; national forest & non-national forest campgrounds, trailheads, picnic & day use areas, visitor centers, & points of interest; & surface management. The map covers the ranger district of the Coronado NF which is closest to the AZ-NM border, & the scale is generally ½ inch per mile (1:126,720).
- Two-sided, self-cover, waterproof paper map.
- 4" x 9" folded; 35.5" x 27" unfolded