Walk-In Access


Walk-In Access (WIA) Program

Find a WIA

Choose a county below to bring up detailed maps of WIAs.

See WIAs for Norman County See WIAs for Mahnomen County See WIAs for Clay County See WIAs for Becker County See WIAs for Otter Tail County See WIAs for Wilkin County See WIAs for Todd County See WIAs for Grant County See WIAs for Douglas County See WIAs for Traverse County See WIAs for Stevens County See WIAs for Stearns County See WIAs for Pope County See WIAs for Big Stone County See WIAs for Swift County See WIAs for Kandiyohi County See WIAs for Meeker County See WIAs for Lac Qui Parle County See WIAs for Chippewa County See WIAs for McLeod County See WIAs for Yellow Medicine County See WIAs for Renville County See WIAs for Redwood County See WIAs for Lincoln County See WIAs for Lyon County See WIAs for Le Sueur County See WIAs for Brown County See WIAs for Blue Earth County See WIAs for Pipestone County See WIAs for Murray County See WIAs for Cottonwood County See WIAs for Waseca County See WIAs for Steele County See WIAs for Watonwan County See WIAs for Nobles County See WIAs for Jackson County See WIAs for Martin County

Note: counties in gray are part of the WIA program but do not currently have any sites.

Mapping tools

Note: All WIA map and GPS products should be used as a reference only to the official boundary of public hunting lands posted in the field. Hunters should not rely on printed hunting atlases or downloaded digital map products from previous years as there are often changes to WIA boundaries including site closures and new sites added. Note that access points to some WIA sites are limited as identified by WIA trail symbols and text explanations included on maps provided on these pages.