DISCLAIMER AS TO ACCURACY AND RELIABILITY
YOU MUST READ AND AGREE BEFORE USING THIS SERVICE
The New Mexico State Land Office, in cooperation with the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish, authorizes licensed hunters, anglers and trappers to access certain state trust lands. This authorization extends to all state trust lands except those lands which have been withdrawn from this authorization due to an incompatible use. The State Trust Lands Surface Management Map below is intended for reference only. By using the controls below and entering the map viewer, you agree to the following:
1. The New Mexico State Land Office makes no representations and assumes no responsibility or liability for, or in connection with the accuracy, reliability, or use of the information provided herein. You are responsible for performing your own diligence in verifying whether specific state trusts lands remain open for authorized hunting, fishing, or trapping activities. Additional information is available through the records of the State Land Office and the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish.
2. Access to some state trust lands may be limited. You are solely responsible for verifying the availability of access to state trust lands and you may be subject to prosecution or penalty for trespass if attempting to access state trust lands through private land or other use-restricted property without permission.
Easement Agreement with the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish for access on State Trust Lands
2015-2016 State Game Commission Easement
2016-2017 State Game Commission Easement ( see below map for hunting access points)
The Land Office has joined the NMDGF and the BLM to offer mobile maps of New Mexico’s big-game hunting units, hunting access points and more through the CarryMap Application. This unique application allows users to store hunting unit maps on their mobile devices and access them regardless of cellular coverage. Please see the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish's website here for more information regarding the CarryMap as well as land access information.