Indiana Department of Natural Resources and the Indiana Office of Technology present a rebuilt app with a new user interface and more content. Whether you are visiting, hunting, fishing or staying at a campground or state park inn, we hope you will find this portable guide to DNR properties and services to be useful. Among some of the features:
- A directional map to help you find a DNR property
- Links to camping and trail maps in PDF format for storing and viewing offline
- A listing of DNR events and press releases
- Fishing regulations, species guide, reports
- Hunting regulations, seasons, check-in stations
- Ability to report polluters and poachers and contact conservation officers
- Information to help with nuisance and orphaned wildlife
The application requires Internet access through WiFi or a cellular wireless connection. Have a question or suggestion? Drop us a line at email@example.com. Visit us on the web at dnr.in.gov.
Minor bug fixes and improvements.
Ratings and Reviews
Works for me
The app works for me. It’s free. I like that this app has links to the campground and trail maps. I can download them and keep them on my iPhone.
Style over substance
This app is a classic example of a design agency being too in love with their own ideas and not thinking about how people would actually use it. The main “menu” is a stylized scene that you have to scroll through to find what you want — looks nice at first but becomes frustrating after about 2 minutes.
The app’s content is mostly glorified in-app browsers; there’s nothing here you couldn’t find quicker with Google and the DNR’s website. And there’s stupid UI decisions, like if you go in through the Map main menu item, you can’t get to maps of the individual parks — for that, you have to go through the “Visiting” menu item. And the little popover tutorials about how to use the app won’t go away until you tap on all the things they’re pointing at, like I’m an idiot and I don’t know what a close button does.
Bad user experience, lackluster content...deleted it.
When tapping on an icon on the map to see what no on a park, the app becomes non responsive. You will not see any info or not the name of the park. No directions to the park either.
The app con on the bottom right of the app which appears as a current location icon is actually a switcher between park options. This icon could use updating to something that lets you know that it’s a switcher and not your current location.
Many people know where they are and so this icon appears pointless to those that don’t realize what it is.
The app hasn’t been refreshed in over 2 years so it isn’t properly maintained and is in need of a serious update and great look.
This app has great potential and I’ve had it for years in hopes of an update that has not come.
Please update this app.
As a suggestion it would be nice to have all of the discover pins and info in a tab as an option for those of us that collect them.
It might also gain interest in others if they have a way of finding out about them. They aren’t well advertised for the most part.
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The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.
- Indiana Office of Technology
- 121.8 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
- Indiana Department of Natural Resources ©
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.