A sozological map is one of the thematic maps and presents the state of the natural environment, as well as causes and effects of both negative and positive transformations occurring in the environment under the influence of miscellaneous processes, including human activity, as well as methods applied in the protection of natural values of this environment. An official sozological map is prepared in the scale of 1:50,000 on a basemap of an available topographic map. The content of an official sozological map consists of a few groups of elements, and the works are carried out in two stages – field mapping and the subsequent editorial preparation. Field mapping is the main stage in the collection of updated thematic data. In 2009, within the scope of an environmental science camp, sozological mapping was done at the scale of 1:10,000 by the Student Scientific Association of Geographers from the Institute of Geography, NCU, and during the subsequent eight months – a digital sozological map of the Gopło Millennium Park (GMP) was prepared. The situational background for that study was a large-scale topographic map at the scale of 1:10,000 with updated situational content from the mid-1980s. GPS receivers were used during the detailed field exploration, and for the revision of situational data and selected elements of the thematic content, digital, panchromatic orthophotomaps from 2004 were used together with their field revision. The research objective was to determine the usefulness of remote-sensing materials in the revision of selected elements of the sozological map’s content together with the collection of updated situational and thematic data. Based on the remotesensing data, the situational content of the map was updated within the scope of important elements of the land cover and land development, together with their course and borders, the road network and industrial lines; certain selected elements of the degradation of the land surface, surface waters and atmospheric air were interpreted and verified. As a result of this study, a digital sozological map was created in the scale of 1:10,000, which was handed over to the GMP Management in the town of Kruszwica.