Cleveland National Forest Atlas
USDA Forest Service
is on back order
Official Forest Service atlas of the Cleveland national Forest which is the southernmost forest in California.
The Cleveland National Forest is the southern-most of the national forests in California. Its 567,000 acres are located in Orange, Riverside, and San Diego Counties, at elevations ranging from 460 to 6,271 feet. A warm, dry Mediterranean climate prevails over the Cleveland National Forest--hot in the summer, mild in the winter. Most of the forest vegetation is chaparral, predominantly coastal sage, chamise, manzanita, and ceanothus.
- The forest consists of 460,000 acres and offers a wide variety of terrains and recreational opportunities, including a wide variety of landscapes.
- Waterproof and tear resistant material.
- Highlights recreation opportunities such as trails, campground, boat launches, and more
- Includes official US Forest Service district office contact information to check local conditions as well as township and range section numbers
- Land ownership boundaries (federal, state, private) are color coded
- Printed in the U.S.A.
Version Date: 01/01/2016
Alternate ID: CA-49
Topo (Contour) Lines: No 7 Minute Quadrangle Topographic Maps
Relief Shading: No
Double Sided: Yes
Folded Dimensions (L" x W" x D"): 11 x 8.5 x .125 (27.94 x 21.59 x .317 cm)
Unfolded Dimensions (L x W): 17 x 11 (43.18 x 27.94 cm)
Map Scale: 1" = 1 mile (1:63,360)
Height: 11 in (27.94 cm)
Length: 8.5 in (21.59 cm)
Two Sided: No