The FOJ OHV Map brings the popular 11th print edition Friends of Jawbone OHV Trail Map to your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.
View the map in several zoom levels and navigate to your favorite Jawbone Canyon area destinations. The map covers 1.5 million acres of world-class OHV recreation lands from Tehachapi to Trona, and Lake Isabella to Harper Lake. Depicted on the map are hundreds of miles of legal, designated OHV roads and trails, as well as OHV Open Areas, wilderness areas, State Parks, military bases, and other public and private lands.
The map features OHV routes managed by the Bureau of Land Management's Ridgecrest and Barstow Field Offices, Sequoia National Forest, California City, Kern County and San Bernardino County. Includes OHV connectivity between the Spangler, Dove Springs and Jawbone OHV Open Areas.
Featured within the app are:
√ OpenStreetMap background layer can be turned on or off
√ Zoom and scroll across the map
√ Find your location (iPhones and cellular iPads only)
√ Track your movement across the map (iPhones and cellular iPads only)
√ Find and navigate to 38 back country destinations and points of interests
√ Obtain emergency and other contacts
√ Find local services such as fuel, lodging and food
√ Learn area OHV rules, regulations, and safety tips
√ Legend of symbols on the map
Thank you for using the FOJ Map app. We regularly release updates to the App Store. Get the newest features and bug fixes by updating to the latest version.
Ratings and Reviews
Love the app but it could use an update to match the latest map
Love the map and the app. I just got the new 12th edition map at the Jawbone store. Would love the app to be updated to match the map. Thank you and keep up the good work!
Classic Jawbone map on your phone. Loads without cell service. As long as you have an idea of where you are, you can navigate easily.
I appreciate that they are bringing their off-roading map to mobile devices. I love riding in this area and am always looking for new spots to visit.
Has lots of points of interest and their locations plotted on the map. If your familiar with the printed version, this is an exact duplicate with the added benefit of knowing where on the map you are.
This app is a picture (gif?) of the printed map overlaid over an online map (OpenStreetMaps). You can adjust the transparency of the image over the map to let as much of the underlying map show through. However, it's not very easy to read zoomed out and needs to be converted to vector graphics (lines not pixels) to look and function more like the Apple maps app with readable points even when zoomed out.
It's also missing basic features for a map program, like clicking on a point of interest when it is plotted on the map and calculating the distance from your current location (even as the crow flies would be useful).
Fix the graphics to vector and add distance calculation and this app would be worth $2.99. But since this currently is only a minor upgrade from having a PDF of the map it probably should be priced $.99.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.