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Mapbox NAIP

This tileset reference document includes information to help you use the data in the Mapbox NAIP tileset.


Mapbox NAIP is a Mapbox-provided raster tileset that includes an aerial imagery layer covering 48 states in the contiguous United States. This imagery is especially suited for our outdoors, agriculture, and recreation users, updating pixels in even the most remote areas.

Read more about NAIP in our Updated aerial imagery in the U.S. blog post.

To learn more about Mapbox imagery, read the Imagery and raster data guide.

Data sources

The imagery in this tileset is from the United States Department of Agriculture’s National Agriculture Imagery Program (NAIP). NAIP is open data collected at 60 cm every 2 to 3 years, and 2018–2019 data is available nearly everywhere, including the most remote areas.

You can view the dates of NAIP images in this [NAIP Dates]( map.

Data updates

Imagery is not improved on a set schedule and is updated when and where it becomes available.


When using this tileset publicly in a design or application you must provide proper attribution.

Layer Reference

The Mapbox NAIP tileset includes:

  • One layer with raster imagery and metadata.
  • Imagery from zoom extent z13 – z17 only.
  • Imagery covering 48 states in the contiguous United States.

Use this imagery

To start working with the mapbox.naip layer in Mapbox Studio, follow these steps:

  1. Add tileset by ID: mapbox.naip.
  2. Adjust zoom extent to z13–z17.
  3. Reorder layers so mapbox.naip is directly above mapbox.satellite.
  4. Repeat steps 1–3 for mapbox.satellite-watermask.

You can also copy the [NAIP]( (imagery alone) or [NAIP Streets]( (with labels) styles to your Mapbox account by clicking the Copy button on the bottom right corner of each style's view page.


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