Ontario Backroad GPS Maps - V6

Availability: In stock


Released: 2016-06-10

ISBN #: 978-1-897225-96-7

Dimensions: Micro SD card

Map Scale: 1:10,000 & 1:20,000 scale TOPO Maps

Regional Cities/Parks: Includes all of Ontario

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Product Description




Ontario boasts some of Canada’s most prolific wilderness landscapes, along with major cultural and natural attractions like Canada’s capital, Ottawa; the populous city of Toronto; and the world-famous Niagara Falls. Backroad Mapbooks is proud to present GPS maps of the province of Ontario, where the north sprawls infinitely with untouched land. Here you can paddle, hike, ATV, fish, camp and otherwise explore the outdoors without another soul in sight. Visit the Arctic tundra of famous Hudson Bay, or ride the snowy hills of northern Ontario along the longest network of recreational snowmobile trails in the world. Head south for the natural wonder that is Niagara Falls, the urban and political hot spots of Toronto and Ottawa, or the preserved beauty of Algonquin Provincial Park, a protected wilderness area larger than PEI. Whatever your adventure, there is no shortage of things to do in Ontario – and we put them all on the map.

Backroad Mapbooks’ Ontario GPS Maps are Canada’s leading GPS map source for the province of Ontario. These Garmin-licensed GPS maps are compatible with Garmin GPS and Garmin Basecamp, allowing you to load full map coverage of Ontario onto your computer or GPS device to plan your expeditions and navigate with confidence. These GPS maps include detailed topography of Ontario’s terrain, with 3D views and shaded relief to give you all the information you need. Navigate Ontario’s road systems, from major highways from Toronto to Ottawa, to backcountry roads hidden deep in northern Ontario. Your Ontario GPS maps detail Wildlife Management Areas, trails, paddling routes, activity and geographic points-of-interest, and extra recreational info to help you hit the best spots for hiking, camping, paddling, fishing and so much more. With numerous features, including address search, Backroad Mapbooks’ Ontario GPS Maps are the most comprehensive and user-friendly map source available to date.

Product Features

ON Backcountry GPS Map Features

  • Garmin GPS™, Basecamp™, MapSource™ and RoadTrip™ compatible
  • 1:20,000 / 1:50,000 base scale topographic maps
  • Detailed shaded relief for all areas of Ontario
  • 3D perspective on select Garmin GPS units and Basecamp™
  • The most complete Resource, Industry and Logging road coverage available for ON
  • Ontario Crownland
  • Routable City, Resource and Industry Roads
  • Tens of thousands of kilometers of trail systems, including defined ATV, Paddling, Snowmobile, Long distance & multi-use trails
  • Smart background & Searchable Wildlife Management Units (WMU) for hunters
  • National, Provincial and Private Parks & Campsites
  • Lake & Stream Fishing information with boat launches
  • Searchable Backroad recreation information for fishing, paddling, parks, trails and more
  • Boat launches, campsites, paddling access points, ski areas and more
  • Tens of thousands of Searchable cities, Geographic Land and Water features
  • and much more!


Note: All standard Garmin GPS map features such as: seamless topographic maps; ‘Find’ tool to locate nearby city; water or recreation features; 50,000 scale geographic points; and city navigation are part of the Backroad ON GPS Maps package.


Map Legend

Unique to the Backroad GPS Maps are our enhanced road classifications that help you distinguish the highways from the logging roads and the main roads from the side roads. This extra level of road classification helps you to know which roads can be driven in a car and which ones should be left to a four-wheel drive vehicle or ATV. In addition, we offer more recreational points and symbols than any other map source. From RV accessible to backcountry campsites, hiking to snowmobiling trailheads, fishing to paddling access points, we have your adventure covered. Our area classifications include mines and gravel pits, conservation and restricted areas, and a host of other features that help you to see where you can play.

Backroad GPS Map Symbols

More Roads and Trails

No other GPS map source has as many roads or trails as the Backroad GPS Maps, and we have the statistics to prove it. In addition, you will find we offer better road classifications to help you distinguish main industrial or logging roads from those rarely travelled side or unclassified roads. Further, we separate trails into multi-use for hikers, bikers, horseback riders, cross-country skiers and more, as well as ATV/motorized trails and snowmobile trails. This information is continually updated, expanded and refined, so be sure to take advantage of our update program.

ON Road and Trail Highlights:

  • Over 280,000 kilometres of Routable Roads including city roads, rural roads, and 3 levels of Logging Roads (Industrial, Resource and Winter Access Roads)
  • Over 260,000 kilometres of non-routable roads including Old Logging Roads, Unclassified Roads, Alleyways, Leased and Private Roads and more
  • Over 14,000 kilometres of Multi-use Trails for hikers, mountain bikers, horseback riders, cross-country skiers and more
  • Over 8,000 kilometres of ATV/Motorized Trails
  • Over 16,500 kilometres of Paddling Routes
  • Close to 3,000 kilometres of the Trans Canada Trail’s Land and Water routes
  • Close to 35,000 kilometres of Snowmobile Trails




Point of Interest (POI)

Unique to the Backroad ON GPS Maps are our Custom or Backroad POI sets. Backroad POIs can be searched by selecting the Where To/Find > Extras and then Go! option, or read what each site offers through the More option. This added feature to our GPS Maps gives you the descriptions or write-ups of most recreation sites that have been geo-referenced from the popular Backroad Mapbook guidebook series.


ON Custom POI Highlights 

  • Over 150 ON Wildlife Management Zones (WMZ) for hunters
  • Fishing Lakes and Rivers with close to 5,500 locations with descriptions and fish species
  • Close to 2,000 Boat Launch locations
  • Close to 2,400 Trails with front country and backcountry locations and descriptions
  • ATV Trails with over 150 trailhead locations and descriptions
  • Snowmobile Trails with over 300 trailhead locations and descriptions
  • Parks with close to 3,750 National, Provincial and Regional Park locations and descriptions
  • Over 3,800 Backcountry campsites
  • Over 400 Campground and Picnic locations
  • Paddling with close to 8,000 paddling route access points descriptions and portage locations
  • Wildlife Viewing with close to 200 locations and descriptions
  • Over 275 Winter Recreation Sites and Downhill Ski Areas
  • Close to 6,600 City, Town and Community locations
  • Close to 65,000 searchable land and water geographic features


Backroad Extras

Backroad Extras are where you find all the POI information specific to our Backroad GPS Maps.


ON Categories:

  • Access Locations
  • Backroad Attractions
  • ATV-OHV Trails
  • Backcountry Camps
  • Boat Launches
  • Campsites
  • Cities
  • Fishing Lakes, Rivers, Streams
  • Fishing Resorts-Outfitters
  • Gates
  • Golf Courses 
  • Hunting Areas
  • Huts
  • Land Features
  • Lighthouses
  • Lodging
  • Marinas
  • Paddling Routes
  • Parks – Provincial – National - Urban
  • Picnic Areas
  • Portage Locations
  • Public Services
  • Restaurants
  • Retailers
  • Rivers and Creeks
  • Ski Areas
  • Snowmobile Routes
  • Trails
  • Transportation Services
  • Visitor Centres
  • Water Features
  • Waterfalls
  • Wildlife Viewing 

Product Questions

I was looking for some guidance or discussion on the choice of media type: micro SD vs. DVD. I would like to use this map on both my Garmin GPSmap 62stc and with Basecamp on my laptop (Windows 10). Which is the best media type for this situation? What restrictions are there with each media type?
Will this work on nav units in trucks?
Would this work on my motorcycle gps. Garmin zumo 595 LM?
Does the price for the Garmin GPS maps include updates over time? Or am I required to purchase updates separately?
Do the GPS maps with a SD card work in a stand alone device (smart phone, tablet etc.) without internet or wi-fi service but that is equipped with a location server?
Could you tell me what the difference is with the extra choices of 4, 8 or 16 gb SD chips. Are these in addition to the sale price and what extra is provided with each level of chip choice. In other words, what makes it better for me as a user for each level of chip set.
How often are the GPS maps updated? You offer an option of paying for future updates over a 1,3 and 5 year period. The 3 year option guarantees a minimum of 3 "annual" updates.
Will the SD card work in my Lawrence GPS fish finder


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