Texas Hunting Maps

Find public and private hunting land in Texas with onX, the #1 hunting GPS and map app. Hunt GMU maps, landowner boundaries, aerial and topo maps.

Texas Land Ownership Coverage

Our parcel coverage map lets you know at a glance which states and counties we have private land owner data for in our products. Due to differing state regulations and availability of data, we currently do not have complete coverage for every state and county. However, if a state or county makes the parcel data available, we make every effort to include it in future updates.

Note: The purpose of this map is to depict private land parcel coverage. Public land and other map layer coverage is statewide. Please note that there may be parts of some counties that do not have coverage or have unknown private landowner names.

Texas Hunting Map Layers

TX Private Lands Preview

TX Private Lands

Over 10,000,000 parcels mapped by the onX team, this layer helps you know who the property owners are in Texas. Tap any parcel to learn more info about the owner and acreage.

TX Gov Lands Preview

TX Gov Lands

onX has the most accurate public lands maps with over 9,000,000 acres in Texas to help you plan your next adventure. Tap any public land parcel to learn more.

TX Possible Access Preview

TX Possible Access

onX has mapped 2,700,000 acres of possible access lands in Texas including timber companies and land conservation groups. Research rules on these private lands before recreating.

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TX Hunt Zones

Texas Hunt Zones. Please hunt responsibly, obey all signage and have a safe legal hunt.

Includes 15 Sublayers

  • Alligator Hunt Zones
  • Chachalaca Hunt Zones
  • Dove Hunt Zones
  • Duck Hunt Zones
  • Goose Hunt Zones
  • Javelina Hunt Zones
  • Mule Deer Hunt Zones
  • Pheasant Hunt Zones
  • Sandhill Crane Hunt Zones
  • Squirrel Hunt Zones
  • Fall Turkey Hunt Zones
  • Whitetail Deer Hunt Zones
  • Spring Turkey Hunt Zones
  • Whitetail Special Late Season Hunt Zones
  • Whitetail Muzzleloader Hunt Zones
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TX Public Hunt Areas

The Texas Parks and Wildlife Public Hunting Program shows Wildlife Management Areas and State Parks. All hunters are expected to know the rules of the program.

App Overview

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Increase success as you layer private lands and habitat program areas, wildlife management areas, private property and more over aerial imagery, and topographic basemaps, for the most accurate map on mobile device and desktop.

See invisible property lines and seek permission with detailed private and government property boundaries and ownership names.

View trails, roads and accesses to narrow the hunt and always know where you stand.

  • Landowner names & boundaries
  • Satellite imagery with topo lines
  • Offline maps
  • Sync mobile and computer
  • GPS, waypoints, tracks, and markups
  • Color-coded public lands
  • State-specific map layers
  • Roads & trails
  • Hunting zones, units, districts and areas
  • Membership includes GPS Chip updates
  • Search by landowner, places or coordinates
  • Mark and measure areas

onX Membership Overview

Map details

  • Private landowner names, boundaries, and tax address
  • Government lands—federal, state, county, local and non-profit
  • 2020-21 Deer Hunt Zone boundaries
  • 2020-21 Mule Deer Hunt Zones
  • 2020-21 Special Antler Restriction areas
  • 2020-21 Whitetail Deer General Zones
  • 2020 Private and Habitat Program hunting lands
  • Wilderness areas
  • Roads, trails and trailhead names and numbers
  • Point of interests—geographic and recreational
  • Water—rivers, creeks and lakes with flow direction
  • Weather and radar
  • Campgrounds
  • 24K topo
  • Section lines and numbers
  • Fishing access locations and boat ramps
  • Recreation sites
  • National Park visitor maps
  • Historic wildfire perimeters
  • Active fires
  • Possible access lands
  • Much more

Full solution Membership

Purchase of the Hunt Membership also includes updates for the Hunt GPS Chip.

Compatibility

onX Hunt prides itself in offering a multi-platform mapping system. Hunt App works on iOS and Android mobile phones as well as provides access to our mapping solutions from your computer.

Map updates

As land ownership, hunting areas, and other map data change we update the map data on our servers. This new map data will automatically be loaded to your Hunt App without you having to do anything.

Chip Overview

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Find new access and view private lands and habitat program areas, wildlife management areas, private property and more over 24K topo basemaps for the most accurate map available on Garmin GPS.

  • Landowner names & boundaries
  • Color-coded public lands
  • Roads & trails
  • Most up-to-date Hunting Districts
  • Hunt App Membership included

Map details

  • Private landowner names and boundaries
  • Public lands—federal, state, county, local and non-profit
  • 2018-19 Deer Hunt Zone boundaries
  • 2018-19 Mule Deer Hunt Zones
  • 2018-19 Special Antler Restriction areas
  • 2018-19 Whitetail Deer General Zones
  • 2018 Private and Habitat Program hunting lands
  • Wilderness areas
  • Roads, trails and trailhead names and numbers
  • Point of interests—geographic and recreational
  • Water—rivers, creeks and lakes
  • Campgrounds
  • 24K topo
  • Section lines and numbers
  • Fishing access locations and boat ramps
  • Recreation sites
  • Much more

Full solution Membership

Purchase of the Hunt Chip also includes the use of the Hunt App for 1 year, along with free Hunt Chip Updates. Turn your smartphone or tablet into a powerful field-use GPS with no cell service required.

GPS compatibility

Hunt Chip for GPS works on range of handheld and navigational Garmin GPS Units.

Map updates

Already own a Hunt Chip? Download the chip update wizard to install the latest maps.

Version 18.0 Released on Sep 11, 2018

  • Added shooting ranges throughout the state
  • Updated Deer Hunt Zones to 2018-19 regulations
  • Updated Mule Deer Hunt Zones to 2018-19 regulations
  • Updated Special Antler Restriction Areas to 2018-19 regulations
  • Updated Whitetail Deer General Zones to 2018-19 regulations
  • Updated Private and Habitat Program Hunting Lands to 2018 season
  • Updated National Forest Trails
  • Addition of many multi use trails throughout the state

Version 17.1 Released on: Sep 25, 2017

  • Added parcel data to the following counties: Colorado, Presidio
  • Updated Private and Habitat Program Hunting Lands to 2017 season
  • Updated Deer Hunt Zones to 2017-18 Regulations
  • Updated Mule Deer Hunt Zones to 2017-18 Regulations
  • Updated Special Antler Restriction Areas to 2017-18 Regulations
  • Updated Whitetail Deer General Zones to 2017-18 Regulations

Version 17.0 Released on: Apr 10, 2017

  • Updated Private and Habitat Program Hunting Lands
  • Updated Hunt Zones
  • Updated land ownership statewide
  • Added parcel data to 77 counties
  • 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
  • Many improvements to geographic names include showing more city and town names at scale ranges appropriate to their size, as well as more intuitive depictions of landscape features
  • New point of interest icons for campgrounds, trailheads, picnic areas, cabins, springs, fishing accesses, and many more!
  • Improvements to water features to 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)
  • Added bathymetric contours for Oceanic and large reservoir 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), and added over 3300 miles of additional trails around the state