OLAP Update 8/27/2018

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August 27, 2018

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Welcome to the inaugural OLAP newsletter! Please subscribe to stay up to date on OLAP walk-in area information.

The OLAP is entering its second year, and enrollment totals are currently:

  • Walk-in Hunting (Archery/Shotgun Only): ~53,000 ac
  • Walk-in Hunting (September Only): 785 ac
  • Stream Access: ~4 stream miles
  • Walk-in Fishing Access (Season and Annual): >50 surface ac
  • Walk-in Wildlife-viewing: 320 ac

Thank you to all the sportspersons whose ethical conduct resulted in a great 2017-2018. More walk-in areas are being enrolled for this fall, and updates will be issued as needed. Please continue being respectful to the land and the landowner, and report any wildlife violations to Operation Game Thief (1-800-522-8039). 

Please visit the OLAP webpage to view maps, review regulations, etc.


New Walk-in Hunting Areas (Archery/Shotgun Only), Opens September 1, 2018:

  • Cimarron: 4,500 ac
  • Texas: 160 ac
  • Beaver: 510 ac
  • Harper: 640 ac
  • Woods: 4,120
  • Woodward: 1,728 ac
  • Harmon: 1,640 ac
  • Greer: 685 ac
  • Jackson: 465 ac
  • Logan: 818 ac
  • Payne: 160 ac
  • Osage: 320 ac
  • McIntosh: 70 ac
  • Sequoyah: 310 ac

New Walk-in Hunting Areas (September Only), Opens September 1, 2018:

  • Cotton: 465 ac

New Stream Access (Annual access): Open now

  • Cotton: 0.85 miles (Cache Creek)

New Walk-in Fishing Area (Annual access): Open now

  • Woods: 2 acres (Alva)

New Walk-in Fishing Area (Seasonal Access: May 7 - Aug 31): Opens May 7, 2019

  • McIntosh: 3 acres



Removed from OLAP effective immediately.



Removed from OLAP effective immediately.

Temporarily Closed

No Walk-in Areas are currently Temporarily Closed.

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


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.