Voluntary Access Programs

Commonly called “walk-in” programs

What are Voluntary Public Access Programs?

Commonly called “walk-in” programs in the Mountain West, voluntary public access programs are known by a range of names and acronyms that can confuse their common effort: to incentivize private landowners to open their properties to the public for hunting, provide critical wildlife habitat, and bolster ecosystem conservation efforts.

Whether you’re a landowner or hunter, arm yourself with knowledge of how these programs can benefit you. Click each state to learn more.

Our Always-On Access Initiatives

We give back to access and stewardship every day at onX. In addition to bringing data stories to the world, like this Walk In Report or our Corner-Locked Report, we also support many initiatives that preserve access and inspire land stewardship.

Learn more here.