California State Parks GIS Data & Maps

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Open and Public GIS Data

California State Parks generates eight GIS datasets intended for free distribution and personal or public use. These datasets include: Park Boundaries, Routes, Buildings, Structures, Day Use Areas, Camping Areas, Parking Areas, and Park Entry Points. Please review the data license before downloading and using our data.

Park System Web Map

This interactive web map is provided by the Enterprise GIS Program of California State Parks, and is intended for planning and general reference. It displays California State Parks' Public Data including: Park Boundaries, Routes, Buildings, Structures, Day Use Areas, Camping Areas, Parking Areas, and Park Entry Points.

WebMap

(ArcGIS Online WebMap App)

Planning Milestones Map

Updated annually, this large format map shows all units of the California State Parks System as well as the department’s district boundaries, state highways, and county boundaries. Each park boundary is listed and labeled, showing unit name and identifying subunits (Wildernesses and Preserves).

PlanningMap

(PDF-format map - file size: ~ 915 KB)

Note: If using Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox, colors on above map represent a significant color shift than the actual .pdf file. Microsoft Internet Explorer provides the most correct color representation. Despite browser choice, the downloadable .pdf file will provide the best color.