Maps (OLAP)

Oklahoma Land Access Program (OLAP) Map

The OLAP Map Directory is a web app that can be accessed via desktop, tablet, or mobile devices. The app includes real-time maps of OLAP walk-in areas, including details such as parking areas, boundaries, access type, access dates, habitat descriptions, possible species present, and photographs. These maps will be updated by 6:00 pm of the preceding day to reflect the temporary closure of specific walk-in areas.

Please note that the only accurate, up-to-date digital mapping service available for the OLAP is the OLAP Map Directory administered by the ODWC. Third-party apps display static information that may be weeks out of date. Sportspersons are strongly advised to use the OLAP Map Directory as a primary source of information for Walk-in Areas.


ArcGIS Explorer App for Smartphones and Tablets

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 Public OLAP Web Map".

Please note: This app requires a cellular signal. This is the best option for viewing the OLAP Map Directory in the field.

Click here to learn how to use the ArcGIS Explorer app.

Download the app from the Apple App Store or Google Play.

OLAP Antelope Controlled Hunt Access Sign

Antelope Rifle Controlled Hunt Access (State Draw only)

Click Here for the online map for controlled pronghorn hunt access. This map can also be opened in the Explorer app (search for "antelope rifle").

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