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onX Hunt lets you navigate property lines with confidence by always knowing where you stand with GPS tracking and clearly-marked boundaries. Our proprietary data collection, analysis and layering methods handled by our Geographic Information System (GIS) team gives you the most accurate and up-to-date maps available on all devices—all in one place. Available for iOS, Android and Web.

What information is included in the onX App?

Our maps show clearly-marked property boundaries, public and private landowner names and more. Our data includes:

  • 121 million properties
  • Public and private landowner names, addresses and more
  • 985 million acres of government land
  • 9,568 unique hunting units
  • 421 map overlays
  • 400,000+ miles of trails
  • 50,000+ campgrounds and cabins
  • Three unique Basemaps: Aerial, Topographic and Hybrid (a combination of both)

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onX maps show clearly-marked property boundaries, public and private landowner names, 421 map overlays and more.

Syncs Across Devices

View property lines on desktop, then explore with your GPS unit or mobile device in the field. Saved data, such as Waypoints & line distance measures, automatically syncs between devices so you can easily can find your way to marked points of interest. Or, when you’re in the field, drop custom Waypoints as a reminder of what you found and where you found it—then study the area in detail on your computer when you’re home.

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Available on iOS, Android, and Desktop

Frequently Asked Questions

How Do I Add Information Layers to My Map?

Map information is divided into a series of layers that can be added, removed and adjusted using the Map Layers Menu.

1. Tap the Map Layers Button in the bottom-left corner of the main screen to open the Map Layers Menu.

2. The Map Layers Menu is divided into two sections:

  • My Layers: layers that are currently available for viewing on the map.
  • Layer Library: storage location for layers not regularly used.

3. In the My Layers section, locate the Map Layer containing the information you need, and tap the icon next to the layer’s name to turn it on.

4. The information included on the Map Layer will now be visible on your map.



How Accurate is onX?

We gather our data from a variety of sources, and we’re constantly checking to make sure our source is the most accurate available in all areas. We work with our data sources to make any corrections whenever errors are discovered.


Private Land Data

For the most part, you can expect the private property boundaries to be accurate to within 5-10 feet. However, this depends on the individual county and data source.

Some counties and data sources are much better at keeping their information up-to-date and accurate than others, but we work closely with them to correct errors when our customers encounter them.

Click here for instructions on reporting map errors.


Government Land Data

Our government land information is acquired from the county, state and federal level, so it will have the same level of accuracy as you will find elsewhere.


Your Location

The blue dot that indicates your location in onX is pulling your location data from the GPS receiver and mobile data network on your phone or tablet.

If your location appears to be off, click here to troubleshoot.



How Often is the Information Updated?

Each county formats their data differently and updates records on a different tempo. We are limited by the information the counties provide us. Typically, this is done every one-to-two years, depending on the availability of the data.



How Does onX Work When Outside Cell Service?

onX includes a feature called Offline Maps which allows you to save maps for use outside the cell network. Your smartphone or GPS-enabled tablet has built-in GPS receiver that will display your location and allow you to use the Map Tools and Tracker like normal when outside the cell network.