- 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 Washington Product Features
- Landowner 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
- 2017 Private Lands Hunting Opportunities (PLHO - Feel Free to Hunt, Register to Hunt, Hunt by Written Permission, or Hunt by Reservation lands), Access Points, and Safety Zones
- Color-coded land ownership data
- Bureau of Land Management—BLM
- State Land
- State Parks
- Wildlife Management Areas
- County Land
- Local Parks
- National Park Service
- US Forest Service
- US Fish & Wildlife
- Indian Reservations
- Department of Defense
- Corps of Engineers
- Bureau of Reclamation—BOR
- Timber Company Lands—Public access timberlands such as Plum Creek, Broughton Lumber, SDS Co, Western Pacific Timber, Grandy Lake Forest Associates, the Seefeld Corp, Stimson Lumber, Sierra Pacific, and Mid-Valley Resources. Also possible access, without area-specific regulations, on Weyerhaeuser, Pope Resources, Hancock Forest Management and ORM lands. Potential permit/lease access shown on lands owned by Arden Tree Farms, Port Blakely Tree Farms, Rayonier, Green Diamond Resource Co, and Campbell Global
- Non-profit Open Space Lands—potential public access (hunting rights vary) on lands owned by Forterra(formerly the Cascade Land Conservancy), the Whatcom Land Trust, the Nature Conservancy, Friends of the Columbia Gorge, the Great Peninsula Conservancy, the Cowiche Canyon Conservancy, the Lummi Island Heritage Trust, the Hoh River Trust, the San Juan Preservation Trust, and the Capitol, Columbia, Chelan-Douglas, Nisqually, Whidbey Camano, Jefferson, Maurey-Vashon, and Bainbridge Island Land Trusts
- Much more!
- 2017-18 Game Management Unit boundaries
- Use your GPS to select anywhere on the map to list 2017-18 Bighorn Sheep, Deer, Elk, Moose and Mountain Goat Hunt Unit information
- Wilderness Area boundaries
- 24K topo
- Section lines and numbers (T24N R34E 12)
- City parks, county open space
- Roads—Highways, city and county roads, National Forest roads, BLM roads, DNR roads, National Wildlife Refuge roads, and roads on publicly accessible timberlands
- Trails—Forest Service trails, BLM trails, US Fish & Wildlife trails, National Park trails, mountain biking trails, local park trails, state park trails, state forest trails, urban greenway trails, the Columbia Plateau Trail, the Seattle area Interurban Trail, the John Wayne Pioneer (Iron Horse) Trail, the Pacific Northwest Trail, and the Pacific Crest Trail
- National Forest recreation sites
- Campgrounds, RV campgrounds
- Geographic names—Cities, towns, ridges, summits, bays, peninsulas, islands, channels, valleys, passes, bluffs, prairies, coulees, capes
- Water—detailed data on rivers & streams, lakes, reservoirs, canals, springs, hot springs, the Puget Sound, bays and wetlands
- Fishing access sites (boat ramps)
- Bathymetry—20-foot depth contours in many lakes throughout the state, the Pacific Ocean and the Puget Sound. Do not use for navigation.
- Public beach access sites
- Disc golf courses
- Airports with current FAA data
- Popular Surfing Areas
- Popular Windsurfing Areas
- PLAT Coverage
We've combined BLM, Forest Service, USGS Topo Quad, and PLAT book maps to give you the most informative digital map of Washington ever created! View a color-coded map of Washington 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 Washington Map lets you reduce clutter & get back to hunting! Endorsed by numerous State and Federal agencies, HUNT Washington is the most reliable source for Washington land ownership maps!
Visit our Plat Coverage Map to view which counties we provide land ownership data for!
Version 17.0Released on: May 17, 2017
- Updated Private Lands Hunting Opportunities (PLHO - Feel Free to Hunt, Register to Hunt, Hunt by Written Permission, or Hunt by Reservation lands), Access Points, and Safety Zones to 2017 Season
- Updated Game Management Unit boundaries to 2017-18 Regulations
Version 16.0Released on: Aug 25, 2016
- Updated parcel data statewide
- Added dotted parcel lines to indicate interior divisions of properties
- Updated 2016-17 Private Lands Hunting Opportunities (PLHO) Lands, Safety Zones, and Access Points
- Updated 2016-17 Private Lands Hunting Opportunities (PLHO) Parking Points
- Updated Game Management Units to 2016-17
- Updated Bighorn Sheep, Deer, Elk, Moose and Mountain Goat Hunt Units to 2016-17(only visible when selecting point on GPS)
- Updated point of interest icons for parks, marinas, campgrounds, trailheads, picnic areas, fishing accesses, and many more!
- Updated FAA data
- Added more than 19,000 miles of new and updated backroads throughout the state to our transportation data, as well as updated ferry lines. Also continued to fine-tune the depiction of our roads network, separating mainlines from spur roads and major county roads from minor ones
Version 15.1Released on: Sep 10, 2015
- Updated Private Lands Hunting Opportunities (PLHO) Lands, Safety Zones, and Access Points
Version 15.0Released on: Jun 10, 2015
- Enhancement: View the elevation of your route (Download version only)
- Updated Private Lands Hunting Opportunities (PLHO) Lands, Safety Zones, and Access Points
- Updated Game Management Units
- Updated Bighorn Sheep, Deer, Elk, Moose and Mountain Goat Hunt Units (only visible when selecting point on GPS)
- Highlighted more public access on Sierra Pacific owned timberlands, multiple smaller companies
- Highlighted more non-profit lands with public access (note: these areas have varying hunting regulations and many do not allow hunting)
- Water features update: traced the new course of the White Salmon River through former Northwestern Lake, and created new tidal island features in the Skagit River Delta
Version 14.1Released on: Oct 22, 2014
- Added Parcel data to Asotin County
- Added Private Lands Hunting Opportunities (PLHO) Lands and Safety Zones
- Updated Private Lands Hunting Opportunities (PLHO) Parking Points
- Updated Elk and Bighorn Sheep Hunt Areas (only visible when selecting point on GPS)
- 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
- Updated 24k topo lines
- Created new geographic features for Nunnally Lake, Merry Lake, Lenice Lake, and several other small lakes on the Columbia Plateau
- Traced the new course of the Elwha River through former Lake Mills and Lake Aldwell
- Updated road network by incorporating more than 19,000 miles of accurate, ID'd roads on state land and privately accessible timberlands in southwest Washington
- Updated water feature symbology to be more visible to user
Version 14.0Released on: May 28, 2014
- NOW HAS SEARCHABLE LAND OWNERSHIP CAPABILITY!
- Updated Game Management Units
- Added Private Lands Hunting Access Parking Points
- Added bathymetric contours for Oceanic areas! Perfect for recreational reference, but do not use for nearshore navigation.
- 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 several thousand more miles of DNR and BLM roads in public land and privately accessible timberlands
- Updated POIs with many new symbols and more city names displayed
Version 13.1Released on: Nov 07, 2013
- Updated parcel data
- Added parcel data in Jefferson County
- Added inholding parcels within reservations to help you determine tribal land vs. private land
- Combined many roads and trails data sets to create the most comprehensive and detailed backroads dataset ever created for Washington! Updated the roads and trails layers to clean up doubled up roads and trails.
- Improved transportation network to include the Pacific Crest Trail, USFS roads and trails, National Park trails and many backroads on state DNR lands and timber company lands.
- Improved and updated water features. Added names to most rivers and other waterbodies.
- Added Custom Waypoint symbols for Hunting.
Version 13.0Released on: Aug 16, 2013
- Updated to 2013 GMUs
- Edited land surrounding Lat/Lon N48 05.226 W119 56.156 to private. Previous versions represented this as both State and privately owned.
Version 12.2Released on: Apr 24, 2012
- Added Parcel Data in: Stevens, Yakima, and Pierce Counties
- 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.
Version 12.1Released on: Mar 29, 2012
- Made numerous corrections to public lands data throughout the state
- Everybody should update their map to this map
- Error with v12.1 coloring was discovered 4/2/2012 and updated v12.1 file was uploaded to our servers at 12:00 pm. If you downloaded the update before this time, please download again.
Version 12.0 (Released Mar 14, 2012)
- Added private land owner data in the following counties: Grant, Garfield, and Island
- updated public land data statewide
- updated private land owner data in most counties
Version 11.0 (Released Jun 30, 2011)
- Updated state land ownership
- Updated GMU boundaries to 2011
- Added private land ownership in: Spokane, Adams, Lewis, Wahkiakum and other counties
Version 10.2 (Released March 14, 2011)
- Updated map display to make National Forest Roads, Backroads, and Trails more visible on Oregon, Dakota, Colorado, and Nuvi GPS units
- Display is now much cleaner on Nuvi units
- Returned elevation values to the Topo lines
- made GMU numbers easier to see which GMU you are in
- Road and Trail Names and numbers now display more prominently
- TRS info now shows on the computer version of the map
- Added private land ownership in many areas
- System Requirements
View our GPS Compatibility page for more information on system requirements and GPS Unit compatibility with HUNT by onXmaps products.
- 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 Topographic Map of Washington State 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
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