Access - Idaho Endowment Partnership

State agencies ensure access to 2.3 million acres of endowment lands in Idaho

Idaho Fish and Game and the Idaho Department of Lands are working together to keep these lands accessible for recreational opportunities.

Some areas may be restricted to recreational activities for public safety and resource protection. Details are within the access map and MOA document.

Hunters, anglers, and wildlife watchers should be respectful and responsible when accessing these lands.

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Access Map

Browse access agreement areas for hunting or fishing.

Map Center

To view these areas:

  1. Open the map center.
  2. On the left menu, expand the Turn Layers On/Off section.
  3. Choose Reference Layers.
  4. Check a box, or multiple boxes, to display access areas.
  5. Select an area on the map for information and allowed activities.

How Fish and Game partners for access

Idaho Fish and Game is committed to providing hunters, anglers, trappers, and wildlife watchers continued public access on state endowment lands. When you buy a hunting or fishing license, your dollars, along with federal funds, help Fish and Game and partners maintain access to wildlife-related recreation opportunities.

Access Partners

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Please note: Access through these agreements can change quickly. Observe all posted signs and check back often for updates.