California State Parks GIS Data
California State Parks generates eight GIS datasets for public use. These datasets include: Park Boundaries, Routes, Buildings, Structures, Day Use Areas, Camping Areas, Parking Areas, and Park Entry Points. These datasets are available in two versions:
- Spatial files for download
- Live feature services for export and download or integration in mapping applications
For any questions about the data provided or the allowed uses please contact the California State Parks Enterpirses GIS Program at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
California State Parks generates eight GIS datasets for public use. These datasets include: Park Boundaries, Routes, Buildings, Structures, Day Use Areas, Camping Areas, Parking Areas, and Park Entry Points. These layers are available below in three formats: ESRI Shapefile (.shp), ESRI File Geodatabse (.gdb), and Google KML (.kml).
|Dataset Name||Shapefile||File Geodatabse||KML||Last Updated|
|Park Boundaries||ParkBoundaries.zip||ParkBoundaries.gdb||ParkBoundaries.kml||March 2022|
|Park Routes||RecreationalRoutes.zip||RecreationalRoutes.gdb||RecreationalRoutes.kml||March 2022|
|Park Entry Points||ParkEntryPoints.zip||ParkEntryPoints.gdb||ParkEntryPoints.kml||March 2022|
Adminstrative Boundary Data
As part of California State Parks' Public Data are the deparment's administrative boundaries. State Park Units are organized into sectors, within districts, within a field divison. There are four field divisions, twenty-one districts, and sixty-seven sectors. These layers are only updated when administrative changes are made.
|Dataset Name||ESRI Shapefile||ESRI File Geodatabse||Google KML||Last Updated|
|Field Divisions||Field_Divisions.zip||AdministrativeBoundaries.gdb.zip||Field_Divisions.kml.zip||July 2019|
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