An Open Data Platform for Parks and Recreation brought to you by Trailhead Labs
A web platform designed specifically for park agencies, nonprofits, outdoor companies, and developers to take advantage of the most innovative web and mobile technology.
A sophisticated CMS for managing your parks and recreation data
- Add photos and notifications to your outdoor data
- Update your data through an easy-to-use, non-technical web interface
- See your data alongside other local agencies
Powerful publishing tools to get your data into the hands of visitors
- Gain control of your data and its appearance across many maps and apps
- Publish your notifications, photos, and events across the web
- Gain insight into how your visitors are engaging with your park data online
Beautiful interactive maps for your website and tools to easily build your own apps
- Easily embed awesome, interactive maps into your website
- Create your own agency branded application in just a few clicks
- Partner with others and create branded regional or statewide apps
Nuts & Bolts
We take care of the maintenance and infrastructure so you can have the latest innovative maps that look great on the web and mobile devices
Open Data and Open Space
OuterSpatial proudly supports open source and open standards for outdoor data. It is the first and only platform to support OpenTrails, the open data standard for trails, established in part by Code for America.
Do you already support outdoor groups with innovative technology? Are you looking to get involved with outdoor technology? OuterSpatial is the foundation for your next outdoor application. Start with an existing application or create your own. We take care of nuts and bolts so you can focus on building the best app to get people outside!
Who is using it?
U.S. Forest Service, National Parks Service, County of Santa Clara, Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, Yosemite, REI, Portland Intertwine Alliance, and many more.
Call to Action
Go to OuterSpatial.com, sign up, upload your data, and get your map/app today! Take the course and adopt OpenTrials - see more at: OpenTrailData.org/course