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ATV and Snowmobile Trail Maps for Garmin GPS, iPhone, iPad and your Android Smart Phone or Tablet

Shop for routable GPS maps and GPS Mounting Kits for snowmobiles and ATVs, UTVs, and trail bikes. Check the latest news for map updates and product information.

Explore our New England ATV maps, New England Snowmobile maps and Snowmobile map for Manitoba Canada. Zoom in to your favorite riding area. Click on a trail segment to see the trail name. Try "Satellite" view to test the accuracy of our trails!  These are the exact trails and trail names you will see on your GPS or mobile device. Our GPS maps are updated constantly during the riding seasons.

Enjoy the auto-routing feature of our GPS maps. Plan a route or select a destination and get turn-by-turn directions displayed on your GPS. See your route highlighted on the display. Monitor the "Time to Turn" and see the turn indicator displayed in the upper left corner of the display (your GPS may display differently). Hundreds of Points of Interest are included to guide you to trailer parking, gas, food, lodging and more.

GPS navigation for off road recreational vehicles is gaining in popularity and GPS apps for mobile phones now have the capability to store maps for offline use, when a WiFi or cellular signals are not available. Our ATV and Snowmobile trail maps are a transparent trail overlay for your Garmin GPS, mobile phone or tablet. These GPS maps will run on most Garmin GPSs with internal memory or an SD card and will integrate with several GPS apps for iPhone, iPad and Android devices. A GPS or mobile device mounted on your snowmobile or ATV provides modern navigation complete with trip statistics such as total miles, max speed, average speed, moving time, stopped time, etc. Trail maps from GPS Trailmasters will Enhance Your Riding Experience.

  • The map is part of your dashboard for quick reference.
  • See your position on the map at all times.
  • Leave a “bread crumb” trail to know where you have been.
  • A GPS can be viewed easily both day and night.
  • Use your GPS to locate gas, food and lodging.
  • Zoom into 50 feet or zoom out to 50 miles.
  • Estimate arrival time better, and plan better “loops”.
  • A GPS trail map is a great way to combine your paper maps.

Always carry paper maps as an additional navigation aid.

Our maps are proudly made in New Hampshire, USA.

These color-coded trail maps will transparently overlay the existing street maps in your Garmin automotive or handheld GPS, compatible with most Garmin GPS units. The image on the left is the Garmin factory street maps. The image on the right has the transparent trail overlay.

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If you’re considering a GPS map for snowmobiling or ATVing, we recommend purchasing a Garmin GPS that is waterproof and ruggedized for outdoor use. Ideally the GPS should be IPX7 rated and operate in temperatures near zero degrees. The battery type and battery life varies for each unit. We highly recommend you wire-in your GPS with the hard-wire mounting kits available. The 12 Volt accessory plug on your sled or ATV can be used to power the GPS as well. The GPS can be mounted to your sled or ATV many different ways. Ram Mount components can be used to mount to the handlebars, the windshield or to the dashboard/cowling.

content-x-package-logo.jpgAll our New England trail maps now come in what we call the X Package. The X Package is a cross platform product that lets you install our detailed maps on different devices. The X Package includes trail and map point data in formats compatible with Garmin, Android and iOS devices as well as Google Earth. The X Package also includes a background map for your Garmin.

Map data can be of two types, vector or raster. Vector data consists of points and lines stored as coordinates on the earth. Raster data consists of images made from individual pixels. The map files provided in the X Package are vector formats. These files contain points of interest (points) and trail data (lines). Some formats contain additional attributes for trail name, trail color and routing information such as speed limit. Because our vector data only contains map points and trails, there needs to be an underlying basemap for reference. The basemap is typically included with the GPS or mobile device hosting the maps. The background map provided in the X Package can also be used as the basemap for your Garmin. The background map provides a detailed reference of lakes, rivers, streams, railroads, power lines and major roads but is not “routable” so it will not interfere with the turn-by-turn routing of your trail maps.  The background map also provides a reference for planning routes in MapSource and BaseCamp.

The X Package includes data formats that can be imported for display on an Android or iOS mobile device.  In this case, you must select the GPS app that provides the basemap and the GPS features that you desire.  Not all apps are able to display user provided vector data overlaid on a basemap.  Not all apps are able to display our popular color scheme, line styles and map point icons.  The Android OsmAnd app provides auto-routing turn-by-turn directions by trail but most mobile apps will not.  The auto-route with turn-by-turn directions for streets is not the same as auto-routing for a user provided trail map. We provide installation instructions for a couple apps but there are hundreds of offline GPS apps in the Google and iTunes stores.

Watch a demonstration of the new background map using Garmin BaseCamp. You now have a detailed reference map behind the trails showing major highways, some secondary roads, detailed lakes, rivers, streams, railroads and power lines.