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Forest Service Maps
Map: Los Padres National Forest CA - Mt. Pinos (South)
Agency: Forest Service
Map covers Mount Pinos,�Ojai, Santa Barbara and�a portion�of the Santa Lucia Ranger Districts. From Ojai travel north through the forest with opportunities for camping, hiking, horse riding, mountain biking, and OHV riding on trails. Visit the Mount Pinos area, the highest point in the forest, for hiking, camping, scenic viewing, and wildlife viewing(condors). From Santa Barbara explore the forest to the north including Santa Ynez area with many campgrounds, fishing sites, and some trailheads with hiking and biking opportunities. Map includes Hungry Valley State Vehicular Recreation Area, and Gaviota State Park. Map shows recreation sites, campgrounds, water features, forest roads, trails, points of interest, interpretive information, regulations, and contact information if you need more information. Scale 1:126,720. The map includes information about motorized off-road travel (ATVs, motorcycles, 4WD's etc.) Use map for Deer Hunting in unit A South 110. Synthetic map 2012.
Item No. LOSPADMTPINS
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California Road and Recreation Atlas
A great atlas to have for residents or travelers. Each recreation guide page gives suggestions for campgrounds/RV parks, hiking trails, beaches, ocean or river fishing sites, natural or historic attractions, and museums. Benchmark maps are maps for the true public lands lover. The California Road & Recreation Atlas now has 14 pages of all-new Landscape "Metro Maps" of the four largest urban areas of the state: Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego and Sacramento. The enlarged scale (1" = 2.5 miles or 1:157,000) shows even more recreation detail than before. New features of the twenty-eight page Recreation Guide now include climate graphs, eight-classes of public lands ownership, shaded relief and point-to-point mileages. All the maps feature beautifully detailed, digitally rendered landscape relief. The maps are fully compatible with GPS technology. The scale for most of the state is 1:300,000 or 1"= 5 miles. Updated 2015.
Item No. 0-929591-43-7
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