David Thompson / Sunday, January 16, 2022 / Categories: Travel South Shore DNR Minnesota See your location with our GeoPDF maps COOK COUNTY, MINNESOTA ~~~~ January 16, 2022 (LSNews) Don't get lost in the woods, navigate large remote areas using DNR Geospatial PDFs ("GeoPDFs") on your mobile device. Display your current location like Google Maps, but you don't have to be connected to the internet or have cell service while using the maps. Note: mobile service or internet is required for initial download of both the Avenza app and GeoPDFs from the DNR. You need a GeoPDF app on your phone! Your smartphone does not have a GeoPDF viewer on it by default. For a GeoPDF to work correctly, you need to first download an app like Avenza Maps – otherwise, the map will not display your current location. Get started Make sure your mobile device is connected to the internet while downloading the application and map. Download the free Avenza Maps app (link is external) for your iOS or Android mobile device as outlined below. The app is used to read the GeoPDF and display your location. Download GeoPDFs from our GeoPDF Downloader. Download GeoPDF maps Available GeoPDF maps DNR Recreation Basemap State Parks OHV Trails Water Trails Most State Forests Many Scientific and Natural Areas Trout Stream Angling Water Access State Trails Hunter Walking Trails (Available on the Hunter Walking Trails webpage and in the Avenza app map store) Avenza Maps app is available on Android and iOS #LSN_CircleTour #LSN_Outdoors #LSN_CookCounty #LSN_MMNews Below Please Rate and Share this story To help us learn what is important to you Previous Article 10TH ANNUAL Leinenkugel’s Classic Pond Hockey Next Article PFAS Fish Consumption Advisory Bay Of Green Bay And Assoc Tributaries Print Rate this article: No rating Tags: Minnesota Department of Natural Resources GeoPDF Maps Please login or register to post comments.