Oregon-Washington Frequently Requested Maps

GIS and maps


The Bureau of Land Management Oregon Data Library contains spatial data of the Oregon and Washington BLM. The Data Library allows the user to obtain datasets and metadata via download. Please note that the available data does not represent the BLM Oregon's entire Data Library.

The GIS data of the BLM Oregon consist of 1) statewide or regional data captured at a scale of 1:100,000 (or smaller) and 2) framework, or base, data captured at the 1:24,000 scale (or larger) that have been built and maintained by BLM Oregon, 3) data cover mostly BLM-managed lands with some private lands included.


The Oregon/Washington Bureau of Land Management has available a wide range of publications, maps, and recreation guides - both online and in person. Many of these maps are available to download for free!

Energy Maps

The BLM's role in implementing the Energy Policy Act of 2005 is critical. The Act aims to secure America's energy future by promoting dependable, affordable, and environmentally sound energy production while reducing U.S. dependence on foreign oil.

The Federal energy mix managed by BLM includes these renewable energy resources: wind, solar, geothermal, hydropower, biomass, and wave/tidal energy; and these non-renewable energy resources: oil and gas, coal bed natural gas, coal, and uranium. The BLM also supports the electrical transmission and oil and gas pipeline infrastructure that are critical to bring the electrons, British Thermal Units, and fuels generated by these energy sources to market.  These energy sources are all represented as easy-to-use interactive maps on our Energy Maps and Reports page. 

Transportation and Sportsman Maps

The BLM in Oregon and Washington also produces a number of exceptionally detailed transportation and sportsman maps.  The maps show Oregon and Washington hunting unit boundaries, land ownership, road systems, and other information that will help you navigate your public lands!

Oregon/Washington Data Viewer

How do I know if I am on BLM land? May I enter township/range to find a location? How do I see some of the data that BLM has available for download? These questions and more are answered with Oregon and Washington BLM's Data Viewer. Find details about BLM-managed lands and print a custom map for you needs.