High-Quality PDF maps and KML download of individual Hunt Areas are available in the Huntplanner Map Index. Download state-wide geographic datasets for offline viewing in Google Earth (KML) and Shapefile (SHP) format using our Open Data Page.
US Forest Service Realtime MODIS satellite imagery updated every two hours.
All Fire Area Closures have been lifted
Burn perimeters from infared flight imagergy for all fires actively burning in the continental US updated nightly.
Source: USGS GeoMAC
For more information about Idaho Trails visit trails.idaho.gov.
|Bureau of Land Management|
|Bureau of Reclamation|
|Corps of Engineers|
|Idaho Fish and Game|
|Idaho State Parks|
|National Park Service|
|US Forest Service|
Toggle on the 'US Topo' basemap for campground names. Campgrounds provided by gis.idaho.gov.
Land Management depicts the agency responsible for managing the land as may be best determined by the Bureau of Land Management(BLM) working in concert with other federal agencies and the Idaho Department of Lands(IDL).
Though land ownership is indicated this is not an accurate map of actual landownership or properties. If an area is posted, please respect private property and inquire with the local county to confirm private ownership. At this time there is no statewide layer of parcel ownership accessible to the Idaho Department of Fish and Game. For more information about the state's effort to develop a statewide parcel layer visit gis.idaho.gov.
For more information about the Surface Management Agency layer view the metadata on Inside Idaho.
Click a photo to view larger version. Zoom in to view more photos at a location. Photos provided by Panoramio. Photos are not hosted, controlled nor affiliated with IDFG.
The Map Center allows you to explore Idaho's Hunt Boundaries and diverse terrain.
To add a Hunt Area boundary, expand "Highlight a Hunt Area" and select an area. The selected hunt area will appear as an overlay in bright yellow
You may add overlays using by checking layers in the Wildfires, Trails and Administrative areas. Be advised that some layers (depending on the data source and your network speed) may take some time to render.
Use the buttons in the upper-right to toggle between satellite imagery, terrain and other basemaps.
Navigate the map using the pan and zoom tools in the upper left to move in and out. Or you may use your mouse to click-drag to pan and scroll wheel to zoom or gesture actions on touchscreen devices. When highlighted yellow, you may drag the little yellow man in the upper left onto any of the streets that highlight in blue to get a streetview look at the landscape. When done, click the "X" in the upper right to return to map view.
If you happen to experience an error on the MapCenter, please, if you have the time, let us know so we may improve the site for everyone.
If reporting an error, it would help greatly if you could share a screenshot and share what browser/device you were using.
The IFWIS Team