Wilderness Press and Trail Center Maps of Bay Area Parks:
We sell these retail only.
Point Reyes & West Marin Parks Map
Shows Point Reyes National Seashore with details of Bear Valley, Samuel P. Taylor State Park, and Audubon Canyon Ranch.
This map also shows the public open space either side of Sir Francis Drake Blvd, the most popular approach to the seashore, including the scenic hills surrounding San Geronimo Valley, and Pine Mountain area of Marin Municipal Water District, and 22 miles of the Bay Area Ridge Trail. So as soon as you cross the hill from Fairfax you can start exploring!
This map was drawn to accompany the Point Reyes guidebook by Jessica Lage. Published by Wilderness Press, 2nd edition, 2008. 27.5" x 36", waterproof plastic, $10.95
Central San Francisco Peninsula Trail Map
2ND EDITION of the most complete map of Woodside, Portola Valley and the Santa Cruz Mountains between Hwys. 92 and 84. Discover a dozen big parks with redwood forests, miles of trails.
Created by the Trail Center (original cartography by CartoGraphics, updated by Pease Press). Now published by Wilderness Press. Paper, 27.5" x 36" 2005 $7.95
Southern San Francisco Peninsula Trail Map
is a complete map of the mountains between Hwys. 84 and 9, above Palo Alto, Los Altos & Cupertino. Major public lands include Monte Bello, Los Trancos, Russian Ridge, Long Ridge, and Skyline Ridge Open Space Preserves, plus Stevens Creek and Rancho San Antonio County Parks. And Hidden Villa Ranch, a gem of the Peninsula's open space.
Way back when I was chair of the Trail Center's map committee, I made the decision (based on sales of Peninsula Parklands) to print 12,000 copies. We've still got boxes of them but getting down to the bottom. A long-awaited 2nd edition may be in the works. Meanwhile, if you don't mind that a few trails have moved and changed names, it's still one of the best overview maps of this scenic part of the Peninsula. Published by the Trail Center, distributed by Wilderness Press. 2000 first edition, paper, $6.95
Peninsula Parklands Map
Before there were Google maps, MROSD websites, or online anything, the Peninsula had an amazing tangle of little-known parks and open space lands managed by a dozen public agencies. It still does! We created this map in 1996 to show more than 100 parks from San Francisco to Santa Cruz, color-coded by ownership and with little symbols indicating facilities (camping, bike and equestrian trails, picnic areas, etc) and a list of agencies to contact for more information. It's a great overview map for planning trips, and discovering what lies just over the hill.The 2006 edition includes up-to-date agency contacts and websites and though there are a handful of new parks in the South Bay, it's still pretty darned current. Wilderness Press/Trail Center Paper, 27.5" x 36" 2005, $7.95