State-sponsored land access programs go by many different names in different states. Typically, they are lands owned by private individuals that allow public hunting and have additional rules and regulations. Be sure to research the rules and regulations in your state regarding these properties thoroughly before you visit.
Table of Contents:
- Private Land Access Program Layers.
- Private Land Access Programs by State.
Private Land Access Program Layers
Each State Folder has its own State-Sponsored Land Access Program Layer. Click here to learn more about using the Map Layers Menu.
Participating properties will have a grid of red dots inside the property.
Green triangles indicate access points.
Areas inside the property that are off-limits are shown with diagonal red lines.
You can easily identify state-sponsored land access programs and other map features without consulting a legend by tapping the feature on your screen. Click here to learn more about identifying map features without a legend.
Private Land Access Programs by State
These programs go by different names in different states. Click the links below to learn more about the program(s) in your state.
- AL - Forever Wild Tracts
- IA - IHAP (Habitat and Access Program)
- ID - Access Yes!
- KY, TX, OH - Public Hunt Areas
- MI - Hunting Access Program
- MO - Recreational Access Program
- NE - Conservation Partner Lands, Open Fields and Waters
- NM - Open Gates, Unitized Ranches
- NY - Cooperative Hunt Areas
- ND - PLOTS (Private Land Open to Sportsmen)
- OR - Access and Habitat Program
- WA - Private Lands Hunting
- WI - Managed Forest Law, Forest Tax Law
- WY - Hunter Management