An all-new version of the original Map of the Pines, first released in 2008. Covers Southern New Jersey with portions of Maryland, Delaware and Pennsylvania, including Philadelphia and Wilmington. Zoom even closer in the HD coverage area for extreme detail.
Many hand-traced features not available anywhere else, such as 1500 miles of HD unpaved roads, 600 miles of powerlines and over 14,000 buildings.
Landcover shading shows forest cover and areas of high intensity development. Points of Interest include schools, churches, cemeteries, hospitals, airports, highway exits, sand pits, summits, stream gaging stations, NGS benchmarks and historical features. Icons indicate route numbers on secondary roads.
Unlike previous versions that were only compatible with Garmin, this new universal version uses the free open source Mobile Atlas Creator program for compatibility with MacOS, Windows, Linux, Android, iOS and dedicated GPS units. An all-new 29 page tutorial with almost 100 illustrations will get you up to speed quickly with Mobile Atlas Creator.
Boyd’s Map of the Pines HD Lite
Curious what it’s like to use your phone as a GPS but worried it’s too complicated? Want to check out the map without a huge download? This “light” version will get you up and running on an Android or iOS device in just a few minutes. It has all the detail of the big map but covers a much smaller area. Install the free Galileo app, copy the map to your phone and you’re done. No need to install or learn any computer software.
Boyd’s Core of the Pines HD
This larger version of the HD Lite map is also easy to install on your Android or iOS device. If you just want a map of the central Pine Barrens on your phone, this is the easiest way to get it.
Boyd’s HD Map of Wharton for Garmin
This “light” version of the map is pre-formatted for your Garmin handheld GPS. Just drop the files into the CustomMaps folder on your GPS and the map is ready to use. It also works in Garmin Basecamp on your computer.