Franklin Point California US Topo Map
2018 topographic map quadrangle Franklin Point in the state of California. Scale: 1:24000. Based on the newly updated USGS 7.5' US Topo map series, this map is in the following counties: San Mateo, Santa Cruz. The map contains contour data, water features, and other items you are used to seeing on USGS maps, but also has updated roads and other features. This is the next generation of topographic maps. Printed on high-quality waterproof paper with UV fade-resistant inks.
This map covers the same area as the classic USGS quad with code o37122b3.
Contains the following named places: Ano Nuevo Coast Natural Preserve, Ano Nuevo State Park, Ano Nuevo Trail, Arroyo de los Frijoles, Atkinson Bluff Trail, Bean Hollow Lake, Bean Hollow Number 2 602-002 Dam, Bean Hollow Number 3 602-003 Dam, Ben Ries Camp Ground, Berry Creek, Berry Creek Falls, Berry Creek Falls Trail, Butano, Butano Falls, Butano Park, Butano State Park, Butano State Park Headquarters, Camp Herbert Trail Camp, Canyon Trail, Cascade Creek, Cascade Creek Trail, Cascade Ranch State Park (historical), Chalk Mountain, Chalks Lookout, Creek Trail, Doe Ridge Trail, East Waddell Creek, Franklin Point, Franklin Point Trail, Gazos Creek, Gazos Creek Angling Unit (historical), Gazos Creek Coastal Access, Gazos Trail, Goat Hill Trail, Golden Falls, Henry Creek, Henry Creek Trail, Howard King Trail, Indian Trail, Jackson Flats Trail, Kelly Creek, Last Chance Creek, Little Butano Creek, McCrady Ridge Trail, Middle Fork Gazos Creek, Mill Ox Trail, North Fork Gazos Creek, Notley Junction, Old Womans Creek, Pescadero Continuation High School, Pescadero Middle and High School, Punta Del Ano Nuevo, Quiroste Valley Cultural Preserve, Roy Linder Memorial Trail, Sandy Point Guard Station, Silver Falls, Six Bridge Trail, Six Bridge Trail Picnic Area, South Fork Butano Creek, South Fork Gazos Creek, Sunset Trail Camp, The Chalks, Timms Creek, Timms Creek Trail, West Waddell Creek, West Waddell Creek State Wilderness, Whitehouse Camp, Whitehouse Creek