BLACK HILLS NATIONAL FOREST MAP
NATIONAL FOREST SERVICE - ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION
Welcome to the Black Hills National Forest. Recreational opportunities abound on this 1.2 million acre "island in the plains". The Forest has something for everyone: campgrounds and picnic areas; cool lakes and streams known for their trout fishing; 310 miles of hiking, biking, skiing, and riding trails; 350 miles of snowmobile trails; and wonderous scenery in any season.The name Black Hills comes from the Lakota Sioux words "Paha Sapa", or "hills that are black." The Black Hills includes rugged rock formations, canyons, and gulches; meadows and parklands; managed and old growth forest; unique caves; and historic mining camps and railroads.
- Two-sided, self-cover, recyclable mixed paper folded map.
- Scale - 1:90,000
- Shaded Relief - Yes
- Topo Lines - No