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HUNT Oregon for Garmin

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Land Owner Names & Boundaries

Color-coded Public Lands

24k Topo

Roads & Trails

1-Year Premium Membership

Wildlife Management Units

Access & Habitat and Open Fields Program Properties

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HUNT Overview

When you buy a HUNT Chip you gain a HUNT Premium Membership as well. The Membership gives you access to the HUNT App, Web Map and automatic Chip updates.

Take advantage of all the information right on your mapping device! A legend is unnecessary on all digital hunting maps since all the data is easily accessible right on the map.

*Private land ownership information may not be available for all counties but is updated frequently. Check out our Plat Coverage Map for more information. It is important that you update your HUNT Alabama Map yearly to get the most up-to-date information available.

HUNT Oregon Product Features

  • Land owner name appears on parcels within the state* ( View our PLAT Coverage Map for more information)
  • Landowner name is searchable in BaseCamp and most GPS units
  • ODFW Access & Habitat and Open Field Program Properties
  • Color-coded land ownership data
    • US Forest Service
    • Bureau of Land Management (BLM)
    • Indian Reservations
    • State Land
    • State Forests
    • State Wildlife Management Areas
    • State Parks
    • County Land
    • National Park Service
    • US Fish & Wildlife
    • Department of Defense
    • Corps of Engineers
    • Bureau of Reclamation (BOR)
    • Timber Companies (Check ODF’s corporate closure webpage for current access restrictions. Public access shown on lands owned by Hampton Affiliates, Stimson, SDS Lumber, Menasha Forest Products, Hancock, Indian Hill, Plum Creek, Port Blakely, Seneca Jones, JWTR lands purchased by Green Diamond, Collins Timber, ORM, Roseburg, and more! Potential permit or lease access shown on Weyerhaeuser/Longview, Cascade Timberlands, Rosboro, Campbell Global, FIA, RMK, Starker Forests, and more!)
    • Non-profit Open Space Lands (Possible access on lands owned by the Nature Conservancy, the Western Rivers Conservancy, the Greenbelt and Columbia Land Trusts, Friends of the Columbia Gorge, the Nehalem Community Land Trust, and more!)
    • Power Companies (Access shown on Portland General Electric and Pacificorp parks)
    • Colleges, Universities, and associated lands
    • Much more!
  • Wildlife Management Unit boundaries
  • Wilderness Areas
  • 24k topo
  • Section lines and numbers (T24N R34E 12)
  • City parks, county open space
  • Roads—Highways, city and county roads, Forest Service roads, BLM roads, National Park roads, state forest roads, state park roads, state trust land roads, National Wildlife Refuge Roads, roads on publicly accessible timberlands
  • Trails—National Forest trails, State Park trails, National Park trails, BLM trails, US Fish & Wildlife trails, Metro trails, OSM trails, county park trails, rail trails, mountain biking trails, state forest trails, the Oregon Coast Trail, the Desert Trail, and the Pacific Crest Trail
  • Geographic names—Cities, towns, summits, ridges, valleys, flats, canyons, draws, deserts, swamps, bays, channels
  • Water—detailed data on rivers & streams, lakes, wetlands, rapids, tidal areas, springs, and waterfalls
  • Bathymetry—Depth contours in Crater Lake, Columbia River, Henry Hagg Lake, Detroit Lake, Warm Springs Reservoir, Prineville Reservoir, Beulah Reservoir, Bully Creek Reservoir, Keene Creek Reservoir, and in the Pacific Ocean. Do not use for navigation
  • Fishing access sites (boat ramps)
  • United States Army Corps of Engineers shipwreck sites
  • Airports—with current FAA data
  • Microbrewery locations
  • Disc golf course locations
  • Campgrounds, RV Campgrounds
  • Popular Scuba Sites
  • Public Beach Access Sites
  • Popular Surfing Areas
PLAT Coverage
Description

We've combined BLM, Forest Service, USGS Topo Quad, and PLAT book maps to give you the most informative digital map of Oregon ever created! View a color-coded map of Oregon right in your hand, on whatever device you prefer. Public & private land boundaries with land owner names, hunting districts, topo information, roads, trails, and much more right at the tip of your finger. Intuitive and space-saving, our HUNT Oregon Map lets you reduce clutter & get back to hunting! Endorsed by numerous State and Federal agencies, HUNT Oregon is the most reliable source for Oregon land ownership maps!

Visit our Plat Coverage Map to view which counties we provide land ownership data for!

Changelog

Version 16.0

Released on: Jun 06, 2016

Changes:

  • Updated ODFW Access & Habitat and Open Fields Program Properties
  • Updated BLM fences and road closures
  • Updated road network to differentiate more county highways from county roads, and residential/spur roads from mainlines and county roads. Also added hundreds more miles of backroads and cleaned up certain areas of source data overlap
  • Updated water features to more accurately show Malheur and Mud Lakes’ fluctuating shorelines and the lakes’ central perennial areas
  • Updated possible access properties to show more non-hunting access on non-profit lands(Friends of Opal Creek and the Nehalem Community Land Trust)
  • Updated possible access properties to show more public hunting access on timber company lands, apart from changing fire restrictions(all Hancock Forest Management and Indian Hill properties, as well as Weyerhaeuser properties within the Stott Mtn-Alsea and Wendling travel management areas)

Version 15.0

Released on: Sep 18, 2015

Changes:

  • NOW HAS SEARCHABLE LAND OWNERSHIP CAPABILITY!
  • Enhancement: View the elevation of your route (Download version only)
  • Added ODFW Access and Habitat Program Properties
  • Updated Wildlife Management Units
  • Updated land ownership statewide
  • Added parcel data in Grant County
  • Added dotted parcel lines to indicate interior divisions of properties
  • Created a unique color code for State Parks, State Forests, State Fish & Wildlife, State universities, local parks, Corps of Engineers, Dams
  • Edited color code for Bureau of Reclamation
  • New color codes for timberlands differentiate between those that allow public access and those that are available by permit or lease only
  • Many improvements to geographic names. These include showing more city/town names at appropriate scale ranges, as well as more intuitive depictions of landscape features
  • New point of interest icons for campgrounds, trailheads, picnic areas, cabins, springs, fishing accesses, dispersed campsites, and many more!
  • Improvements to water features make them more visible and show them at appropriate scale ranges
  • Updated 24k topo
  • Highlighted more non-profit lands with public access (note: these areas have varying hunting regulations and many do not allow hunting)
  • Improved transportation network to symbolize different road types appropriately (particularly backroads versus more driveable county roads), reduce overlap in roads and trails, to add additional trails in national forest and tens of thousands more miles of BLM roads in public land and privately accessible timberlands

Version 14.0

Released on: Feb 17, 2014

Changes:

  • Added parcel coverage in the following counties: Curry, Lincoln, Morrow
  • Completed a comprehensive land ownership update to fix many, many public land changes and land swaps that other public land paper maps and digital maps may show you erroneously.
  • Combined many roads and trails data sets to create the most comprehensive and detailed backroads dataset ever created for Oregon! Improved transportation network to reduce overlap in USFS roads and trails, include many new backroads on BLM and timber company lands, symbolize different road types, and improve our trails network
  • Improved and updated water features. Added names to most rivers, large creeks and other waterbodies.
  • Generated bathymetric contours for Crater Lake and for coastal areas along the Oregon Coast! Perfect for recreational reference, but do not use for nearshore navigation.
  • Edited symbology for USFS road blocks
  • Added Custom Waypoint symbols for Hunting.
  • Improved visibility of city names

Version 13.0

Released on: Aug 05, 2013

Changes:

  • Updated WMU's

Error Report:

  • T22S R35E 14 - edited this section of land from BLM to private
  • T15S R25E 16 - edited this section of land from USFS to private

Version 12.0

Released on: Apr 24, 2012

Changes:

  • Added Parcel Data in many counties: Harney, Sherman, Tillamook, Wasco, Wheeler
  • Updated Public Land ownership data to March 2012
  • Changed display of Section Lines to make them lighter
  • Changed display of GMU boundaries to make them easier to see
  • Changed the color and line style of the closed roads to clean up the map in areas with many old roads. These roads are now a light gray dashed line instead the thicker white and brown colored line.

Error Report:

  • T3s R38e sections14, 19, 26, 31, 32, and 36 are not State Land. They are privately owned.
System Requirements

View our GPS Compatibility page for more information on system requirements and GPS Unit compatibility with HUNT by onXmaps products.

Advantages

  • You will be able to see your position relative to public and private land boundaries. For example, if you are on a BLM section, your current location will show up on a yellow background. If you are on private land, your GPS will show your current location on a white background
  • Wherever you go you have a Statewide Ownership and Topo Map compacted down to a device that fits in the palm of your hand and weighs less than a pound
  • Easily Compare to your Paper Maps to quickly figure out your location on that Paper Map using section lines and property ownership coloring as a reference

Accuracy

We concentrate our efforts to providing the most current and accurate property boundaries and ownership available. These maps are for reference purposes only. Always obey property postings and use common sense to visually verify boundaries. Data is taken from the most current state and national government agency's land survey data. Because of the data compilation methods used by state agencies and onXmaps, the data is subject to error. No representation is made or warranty given as to its content or usability. User assumes all risk of use. These data do not constitute a legal survey; when seeking the definitive description of real property, consult the deed recorded at the local county courthouse or official land records in the respective Federal or State agencies.

You can read more about Garmin GPS Unit accuracy on the Garmin website

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