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Rocky Mountain Region GIS Data Library Our geographic area of responsibility covers Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota, and Wyoming.
Colorado Plateau REA MQ H1: Where are high-use recreation sites, developments, roads, infrastructure or areas of intensive recreation use located (including boating)?
This map shows areas of high-use recreation, including recreation sites compiled from USFS and BLM, recreation areas (including OHV areas), water-based recreation areas (selected from NHD waterbodies), water-based recreation travel corridors (selected from NHD flowlines), and land-based recreation travel corridors (selected from BLM GTLF within federal / state lands and national trails).
This feature class represents the point features that show the physical locations of BLM National Recreation Sites. The general types of recreation point features targeted by this feature class include information center sites, water-based sites, overnight sites, day use sites, restrooms, water access, recreational access, parking areas, airplane landing strips, etc. This dataset is based on an interim data standard and will be republished in the future. This dataset is a subset of the official national dataset, containing features and attributes intended for public release and has been optimized for online map service performance. The Implementation Guide represents the official national dataset from which this...
These layers show some of the human interactions with the bottomland area. Recreation sites, roads, fuel treatment areas, and river camp layers were all acquired from project partners or publically available data and clipped to or near the bottomland boundary for use here. Bottomland reaches, kilometers, 2010 channel layers were created for the Colorado River Conservation Planning project.
This data set consist of digital data describing BLM Colorado Recreation Sites that were collected from the various BLM Colorado Field Office through out the State during Sept. 2006 to Dec. 2006. This data will appear on a published Recreation Guide Map that will be printed sometime in 2007.
This coverage represents recreation and administrative point data, including forest and district office, recreation facilities, and guard stations for the Fishlake National Forest. Source data used were USFS Cartographic Feature Files, gps location data, digital ortho photos, hardcopy maps, and/or supplemental plot maps.