Interactive Google Map consisting of federal, state, local, and non-governmental public lands and parks within the following counties in DEC Region 8 North: Genesee, Monroe, Ontario, Orleans, Schuyler, Seneca and Wayne counties. Up to 3 additional counties (for a total of ten) can be added to the map. Data can be downloaded as KML and GPX Tracks and Waypoints for use in Google Earth or handheld GPS units.
Updated on March 27, 2017. New trail data for Harriet Hollister Spencer State Park and Watkins Glen State Park, more campsites and trail data for Sugar Hill State Forest, new campsites for Finger Lakes National Forest.
Google County Maps is a series of county-based interactive maps consisting of federal, state, local, and non-governmental public lands and parks. Data sources: NYSDEC Assets, Trails, Boundaries (2016). NYSDEC Public Fishing Areas (2016). OPRHP Boundaries (2012), Trails (2017), Assets (2014). Albany Pine Bush Commission Trails, Boundaries (2013). USFS National Forest Boundaries (2013). Saratoga Park Trails (2011). Additional Campsites Added by Andy Arthur (2017). These maps are a composite of this data and are updated yearly. Static maps can be found by searching on my homepage.
For your convenience and use with handheld GPS and smartphone navigation apps, I have provided this data in a series of county files that can be obtained by downloading one of these zip files, which contain 62 county-based files. The Google Earth KML files are most complete, the GPX files have been simplified to allow older GPS with limited memory to use them without problems. The GPX files contain the name and type of the waypoint or track.
KML for Google Earth: http://andyarthur.org/data/lands/kmz.zip
GPX Tracks for GPS: http://andyarthur.org/data/lands/tracks.zip
GPX Waypoints for GPS: http://andyarthur.org/data/lands/waypoints.zip
How to use these tracks with US Topo Maps Android App: http://andyarthur.org/loading-kml-or-gpx-files-into-us-topo-maps-pro.html
Updated on March 25, 2017. Contains additional state park tracks, along with more campsites and recreation facilities, especially in Western NY / DEC Region 8 and 9.
More maps, photos from Google County Maps.