LIDAR in the Pines 2017

This map will soon be discontinued and will phase out all downloadable maps during 2021. They offer a poor experience on Garmin devices due to restrictions the company has placed on their “custom map” format which constrains them to only one zoom level of limited size. And Mobile Atlas Creator/Java installation is just too difficult and problematic. To use your Android phone or iPhone as a GPS with Boyd’s Maps (and more), install the free boydsmaps web app, currently available in beta. Just go to on your phone to get started!

This update to LIDAR in the Pines Classic adds roads, uses newer imagery and covers all of Southern New Jersey. The 2012 New Jersey orthophotography was used as a texture map for 1/9 arc second (3 meter) Digital Elevation Model data. The terrain was rendered with vertical exaggeration to reveal surface features that are not usually visible in the flat Southern New Jersey landscape.

Universal format map is compatible with Windows, MacOS, Linux, iOS, Android and dedicated GPS units. Mobile Atlas Creator is used to export any portion of the map for use in many popular smartphone apps, computer programs and dedicated GPS units. A twenty eight page Mobile Atlas Creator tutorial with almost 100 illustrations provides step by step instructions for installing and using the map on all your devices.






• Read the LIDAR in the Pines 2017 Documentation

• Read the Mobile Atlas Creator tutorial


Garmin Basecamp for Macintosh


Mobile Atlas Creator for Windows


Mobile Atlas Creator for Macintosh


Google Earth Pro for Windows


Magellan VantagePoint for Windows


CompeGPS Land for Windows

OsmAnd for Android


Note: The Mobile Atlas Creator tutorial included in this download is old. The new 62-page version has better installation instructions, more app tutorials and other improvements! Click here for Boyd’s new Mobile Atlas Creator Tutorial (revised 3-14-19)


Download LIDAR in the Pines 2017File size: 4.85 gb