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Maps for the region Crescent City 1:100K BLM Quad
Map: Crescent City - Surface Management
Map shows lands on the coast from the Oregon border south to Klamath River, then east from the coast into Sixmile Rivers National Forest and Redwoods National Park/Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park. From Crescent City it's a short distance to scenic driving, camping, hiking, mountain biking, beach walking, fishing, boating, or swimming. See the majestic redwood trees, or enjoy the ocean views. Official Bureau of Land Management metric topographic map @1:100,000 scale (roughly 3/4"=1 mile), color-coded to show surface management, i.e. agency vs. private or tribal ownership.
This map shows roads, water features, recreation sites, points of interest, and the township and range lines. Maps show trails, roads, and developed recreation areas such as campgrounds. Use this map for Deer Hunting in Unit B1 and for Elk Hunting in Northwestern Zone. 2005
Item No. CRESCENT
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The above map may be useful for the following recreation destinations: Del Norte Coast Redwoods State Park, Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park, Pelican State Beach, Tolowa Dunes State Park
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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