Heres some GPS maps for Garmin Receivers from Coal Creek OHV. more info on this OHV area (77,000 acres) at www.coalcreekohv.com , it is located in Oliver Springs, TN, and is the best riding around. There is also a demo to show how to make your own. This program will install the map into Mapsource. From there you can send to your GPS as your normally would a map (like topo map or city navigator map,etc) http://www3.polarcomm.com/~rspoonla/GPS/CoalCreek.zip This covers all the area, plus up to near by places. Here is the same map but in transparent form. I haven't installed this one yet, but its suppose to be able to show/dispaly at the same time as a topo map or any other map you have on your garmin. That way you have all your topo data on the screen at same time. The first does include some topo and rivers/streams built into the map. http://www3.polarcomm.com/~rspoonla/...reek_Trans.zip This method is ALOT better (I think), then the previous way of loading the trails into your track log (which limits in what and how much you can do), this is just part of the map. The guy who made these maps made them based off Tommy's GPS data (http://www.tommyrhea.com/gps.htm) He has put together a demo to explain how to make your OWN maps tho which he said took less then 10 mins to compile. I havent looked into the demo yet, but I plan on it, as then you can update and change the trail info to include any changes or add side trails or whatever you wanted to do.. If anyone dives in and figures this out pretty easily, please report back!! Here is the demo file http://www3.polarcomm.com/~rspoonla/GPS/MapDemo.zip I was also looking into the program some that he used to make this, and there is even a way to make the trails routable. Like any of you gps users sit down and draw out road rides on mapsource then upload to follow them turn by turn. But these are not. Which its not really needed to make em routable, but just to let u know the power of the program.. Again these are only for Garmin GPS's, these wont work on any other brand, and will only work with Garmins that allow you to upload maps to them (some of the basic cheapest garmins it wont work). I'm sure they are probably other programs out there that will do the same stuff for Magellans,etc. But I dont have that info. But if I figure out how to do all this on the garmin, I will be looking for them. As I got a Magellan coming to play with. Hope this helps some of you guys! I know I am looking forward to GPSing at Coal Creek.