OLAP Update 08/28/2020

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August 28, 2020

2020 Dove Season opens Sep. 1

Mourning Dove, Jeff Tibbits

Interested in dove hunting on OLAP? Be sure to check out the below information:

Click here for more information on dove hunting opportunities, tips, and information.


New Walk-in Hunting Areas: Archery/Shotgun Only


Beaver_H050: Archery/Shotgun Only

640 acres of CRP grassland, 5 miles West of Beaver.

Link to map zoomed to walk-in hunting area.


Woods_H020: Archery/Shotgun Only

2,720 acres of grassland with Anderson Creek and farm ponds.

Link to map zoomed to walk-in hunting area.


Johnston_H004: Archery/Shotgun Only

350 acres of grassland with sporadic tree cover and farm ponds.

Johnston_H005: Archery/Shotgun Only

150 acres of grassland with sporadic tree cover and potential for flooded timber.

Link to map zoomed to walk-in hunting area.


Harper_H021: Archery/Shotgun Only

360 acres of grassland with topographical variation and cover in the southern portion.


Link to map zoomed to walk-in hunting area.



Harper_H023: Archery/Shotgun Only

470 acres of grassland with Snake Creek.


Link to map zoomed to walk-in hunting area.


Harper_H001: Archery/Shotgun Only

160 acres of grassland added to Harper_H001, total acreage 1,480 acres.


Link to map zoomed to walk-in hunting area.

Map Tips

Remember to click on walk-in areas to bring up more information, including access types, dates, habitat information, specific comments/instructions, and photos. This function is available when accessing maps on a computer or via the mobile app (Explorer for ArcGIS).


Reminder: Review the maps before entering the walk-in area. Get a good feel for the property boundaries, topography, changes in land use (farming or ranching), etc. 

Boundaries may consist of a change from grassland to agriculture, a mowed strip (example pictured), etc. Some walk-in areas may not have fences for OLAP boundary signs, and it's the responsibility of hunters to know their location and the walk-in area's boundaries.




Logan_H005 has been removed, effectively immediately.

Cimarron_H003 has been removed, effectively immediately.

Sequoyah_H001 has been removed, effectively immediately.


Temporarily Closed


No temporary closings.


Interactive OLAP Tour

Want to learn more about the Oklahoma Land Access Program? Click here to take the Interactive OLAP Tour.

Explorer App

Use the free ArcGIS Explorer App to bring the OLAP Walk-in Areas to your mobile device (data signal required). Once the app is installed on your device, search the Maps for "OLAP" and select the ODWC OLAP Web Map".

Click below to download the ArcGIS Explorer App on your Apple or Android mobile device.



Digital maps can be accessed via browser and/or the Explorer mobile app. Direct link to online maps.

You can also visit the OLAP webpage to downloaded updated PDF maps. The link to the PDFs is under the "maps" tab (scroll down). Direct link to PDF maps.



Administered by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, The Oklahoma Land Access Program (OLAP) provides financial incentives to landowners who allow public access for hunting, fishing, stream access, and wildlife viewing opportunities on private lands. No additional permit is required by sportspersons to access OLAP walk-in areas, however hunting and fishing licenses are required, respectively, unless a person is exempt.

Consult regulations before entering OLAP Walk-in Areas. Visit the OLAP webpage to learn more.