Orienteering North America Magazine

Orienteering North America - back issuesOrienteering North America magazine will cease publication with the Fall 2019 issue. We are not accepting new subscriptions. For more information, please contact:

c/o Donna Fluegel
5 Kingswood Drive
Bethel CT 06801
(fluegeldonna [at] sbcglobal [dot] net)

Note: Back issues are available, both in print (for some issues) and as an online library for older issues (1984-99).

Address Changes

Orienteering USA members: Log in to (or sign up for) the Member Database to update your contact information. If you have difficulty with the database, send address changes to Orienteering USA, c/o S. Fillebrown, 824 Scotia Road, Philadelphia, PA 19128, or e-mail contact@orienteeringusa.org


Back Issues

Berman-era (1984-June 1999) issues available online

Back issues of Orienteering North America (ONA) from 1984 - 1999 are now available online. The collection consists of all 140 issues published by, and made available courtesy of, Larry and Sara Mae Berman. We hope to add additional ONA issues in the future. 

There are several ways to access the collection. A "bookcase" view is available at URL:

Take a look at the "Start Here" issue (the first one shown in the upper left of the bookcase) for details about the collection and tips on using it.


To share individual issues:  While viewing an issue, click the "Share" icon (image examples) to share an issue (and then either copy the URL or choose one of the social media icons).

To link to a specific page in an issue: Copy the URL and add     /#p=X     to the issue URL, where X is the page number. The best place to see the correct page number for the URL is at the bottom of the screen, since that's the page number as scanned and as being veiwed; it is not the page number as printed in the magazine.

Enjoy browsing a bit of our history!

added 31 Dec 2016

Greg Lennon,

Back Issues of Orienteering North America available in print

We have quite a few back issues left over and are offering them to Orienteering USA members, ONA direct subscribers and friends of OUSA for the cost of postage. Rather than collecting dust in the ONA office, we feel they should be out there being read. So for a limited time only, you can get any issue(s) we have of the magazine (back to 2000). You can pay by check ($2.75 per copy — Donna Fluegel, 5 Kingswood Dr., Bethel, CT 06801; be sure to include your mailing address) or via PayPal ($3 — see request line and button below). Donna will mail them to you when she receives your payment.

If you'd like a large number of back issues, please contact Donna Fluegel (fluegeldonna AT sbcglobal DOT net) for pricing.

Which issue would you like?

ONA Digital (online) 2011-14


Advertising and Copy Submission

2019 Advertising Information for all orienteering clubs

SizeWide x tall (in.)Rate
Full page7.55 x 8.87$119$229
1/2 page horizontal7.55 x 4.43$65$140
1/2 page vertical3.77 x 8.87
1/3 page horizontal7.55 x 2.94$50$110
1/3 page vertical2.50 x 8.87
1/3 page box4.99 x 4.43
1/4 page horizontal7.55 x 2.21$40$88
1/4 page vertical1.88 x 8.87
1/6 page2.42 x 4.43$30$85


2019 Copy/Ad Deadlines


SpringApril 1
SummerJuly 1
Special Teams IssueSeptember 1
FallNovember 1

File Submission Specifications

  • Option 1 — If you have a simple layout, with no logos or art or pictures, just send the Word or Works document via e-mail to the address above.
  • Option 2 — If the ad is more detailed and has high resolution artwork, and you have created the ad with PhotoShop, InDesign, Adobe Illustrator, Quark, or PageMaker, you can create a PDF file of your ad with all fonts and graphics embedded within the PDF, generated at 2400 dpi resolution and e-mail it in a compressed format.
  • Option 3 — If the ad is more detailed and has high resolution artwork, and you have not created the ad with one of the programs listed in Option 2, send the entire ad as a Word document AND send each piece of logo or artwork as separate JPEG files. The image must be 300 dpi at the size you want it used. Lower resolution will result in a fuzzy image.

Note: When sending ads, please indicate to whom the bill should be sent. Billing via e-mail is preferred.