For Personal Computer Users
All Public Hunting Areas with Roads
Approx. 16 MB | Updated 10/1/2020 | Download File
All Public Hunting Areas without Roads
Approx. 8 MB | recommended for Nuvi units | Updated 10/1/2020
For Manual Download or Mac Users
For Google Earth
If you have preloaded maps or maps that were purchased, there is the potential the GFP Hunting Atlas could permanently overwrite these maps.
***To avoid overwriting preloaded or purchased maps, please check the 'Add to Existing Maps' box or save the GFP map to a separate SD card.***
- Garmin Alpha
- Garmin GPSMAP 64, 64s, 64st
- Garmin Rhino 655t, 650, 610
- Garmin Nuvifone M20
- Garmin Mobile XT
- Garmin Aera
- Garmin Oregon
- Garmin Dakota
- Garmin Colorado
- Garmin Montana
- Garmin Astro
- Garmin Nuvi and Zumo (all models) - most of them do not display symbol (point) icons
- Garmin Edge 605, 705, 800
- Garmin iQue M3, M4, M5
- Garmin eTrex 20, 30
- Garmin eTrex Summit HC
- Garmin eTrex Venture Cx, HC
- Garmin eTrex Legend C, Cx, HCx
- Garmin eTrex Vista, C, Cx, HCx
- Garmin Rino 120, 130, 520, 530, 520HCx, 530HCx
- Garmin GPS V
- Garmin GPSMAP 60C, 60CS, 60Cx, 60CSx, 62, 62s, 62st
- Garmin GPSMAP 76, 76S, 76C, 76CS, 76Cx, 76CSx, 78, 78s, 78sc
- Garmin GPSMAP 176, 176C, 276C, 376C, 378, 478C
- Garmin GPSMAP 96, 96C, 196, 296, 396, 496
- Garmin GPSMAP 620 - only routing maps in automotive mode
- Garmin Quest, Quest 2
- Garmin Street Pilot i2, i3, i5
- Garmin Street Pilot c320, c330, c340
- Garmin Street Pilot c530, c550, 580
- Garmin Street Pilot 2610, 2620, 2650, 2660
What information will I see on my GFP mapping program once I have it loaded onto my unit?
All public hunting areas (Bureau of Land Management, School and Public Lands, Walk-In Areas, Game Production Areas, Forest Service, etc.), cities and county lines, and roads. Our maps for Garmin units will overlay on top of any maps your unit has preloaded.
My Garmin doesn't have memory card capability. Will your maps still work?
In most cases, yes. If it doesn't have a memory card slot, most units have a minimum of 8mb of internal memory, which should be enough to handle our maps. Refer to your owner's manual or www.garmin.com to find your unit's internal memory capability. Go to our step by step instructions to download maps to your unit.
Will these maps work on a Garmin Nuvi?
Yes, they currently work on all Nuvi models.
I have topo maps on my Garmin unit. Why can't I see the topo lines within the public hunting areas?
We currently can't make our maps transparent and because many public hunting areas have private in holdings, we did not want to use just an outline to define them.
If I have topo maps on my Garmin unit, will your maps erase the maps currently on it?
If you are using a unit with preloaded topo such as the Oregon 400T or the Colorado 400T, no. If you purchased a memory card with the topo map on it, and your unit doesn't have internal memory (an example would be the Garmin 60 CSX) then you can use the "add to existing maps" check box on the map upload software to add our map to the existing topo maps.
The data found on this page is intended to assist users in identifying public lands. The data has been compiled from multiple public and private agencies and are not entirely managed nor owned by South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP). As such, neither the State of South Dakota nor any agency thereof, nor any of their employees or subcontractors make any warranty, expressed or implied nor assume any legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, completeness, usefulness or merchantability of any information, apparatus, product, or process disclosed, nor represent that its use would not infringe on privately owned rights.
We make every effort to provide and maintain accurate, complete, usable, and timely information on our website. This data and information are provided with the understanding that they are not guaranteed to be correct or complete. Conclusions drawn from, or actions undertaken on the basis of, such data and information are the sole responsibility of the user.
Some data layers will experience more frequent changes. Data provided on this website is time stamped and it is the user's responsibility to obtain updates on their own. Always look for and use posted signs as a true identifier of state owned lands. GFP suggests that you err on the side of caution and avoid entering areas of question until you have checked with a GFP official.