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The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission develops a number of useful maps to help you find and enjoy Nebraska’s great outdoor resources.

Interactive GIS Maps

The following geographic information systems maps provide an interactive and in-depth look beyond our standard PDF maps. Check back frequently as updates are made continually by our GIS team.


Public Access Atlas

Find public access sites statewide; where private land is listed, permission must be gained to hunt or fish.

A man fly fishes at dusk while standing waist deep in War Axe lake.

Public fishing areas

Discover places statewide where waters are open to public fishing.

A white lab holds a retrieved mallard in its mouth.

Waterfowl zones

Learn more about Nebraska’s zones for hunting waterfowl during season.

A man and two children lay in a red hammock at a campground.

Nebraska state parks

Discover more than 70 state parks and recreation areas across the state.

A winding, managed hiking trail runs through Fort Robinson State Park.

Nebraska state park trails

Discover hiking, biking and equestrian trails maintained at Nebraska state parks.

A speedboat pulls a ski tube across Lewis and Clark Lake SRA.

Public boating areas

Discover water bodies across Nebraska that are open to public boating.

An aerial photo shows Burchard Lake WMA.

Lake contour maps

Find the underwater landscape of Nebraska Game and Parks’ lakes, including fishing features.

An aerial view of the Loess Canyons.

Biologically unique landscapes

Priority landscapes have been identified that, if properly managed, would conserve the majority of Nebraska’s biological diversity.

A doe looks over some prairie grasses at the camera.

Big game check stations

Find locations checking big game, including white-tail and mule deer.

A man stands among full-grown sunflowers shooting at doves in the sky.

Public hunting areas

Find land open to public hunting owned by government agencies across Nebraska.

The Missouri River cuts through summer green prairie near Niobrara State Park.

Missouri River Access Guide

Find public access sites where you can launch your boat, kayak or canoe on the Missouri River.

Information displayed on these maps is furnished as a public service by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission and intended to be used for reference only. Every reasonable effort has been made to ensure the accuracy and completeness of the data provided. However, the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission makes no warranties either expressed or implied, concerning the accuracy, completeness, reliability, or suitability of this data for any use other than display. Furthermore, the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission assumes no liability for the use or misuse of the information contained in these maps or services.

Open GIS data

Find authoritative spatial data related to conservation, fish and wildlife management, parks and outdoor recreation in Nebraska available for download and use.

Interactive GIS map portal

Find all of our interactive GIS maps listed above, along with additional information, tools and resources.

Downloadable PDF maps

Find additional maps Nebraska Game and Parks releases via PDF, including season maps and campground maps.

Deer units

Hunting season firearm and antlerless only maps and regulations.

Elk units

Hunting season unit maps and regulations.

Antelope units

Hunting season unit maps and regulations.

Campground maps

Visit your state park of interest to find a detailed campground map.