DNR Map Resources
   

Maps and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) data play an important role in DNR's ability to manage more than 5.6 million acres of state lands. They also are useful tools for businesses, governments, emergency workers, community planners, scientists, recreationalists and others who want to know more about Washington state and its unique geography.
 

Public Safety

DNR maps and GIS data provide information about wildfire risk and geological hazards that communities and property owners can use to assess their risks and prepare appropriately.
 

Providing Access for Recreation

Our Recreation Guide and backroad 100k maps, offering information on accessing state-managed lands, are some of the most popular maps that DNR offers.
 

Informing the Public and Professionals

Businesses, property owners, residents and others across Washington state rely on DNR maps and GIS data to make responsible, productive, and informed decisions. Some examples include:

GIS Data

Get an overview of the diffrent kinds of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) data available through DNR.

Purchase a Map Product

Available for online purchase are a State Trust Lands Map, Recreation Guide, State Forest maps, public land quadrangles, USGS quads, historic aerial photography, and a database of survey boundaries.