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Forest Visitor Maps are best used to view an entire National Forest. They are great for driving through or planning a trip to the forest, showing recreational sites, campgrounds, public information sites and other attractions in the forest.
Wilderness maps and special area maps are used to illustrate specific recreation opportunities over specific areas, and provide information appropriate to the maps themes, such as how to obtain Wilderness use permits. These maps typically provide more detail than the Forest Visitor map and are used for hiking and other activities.