Just click on BASEMAP on the viewer and click Imagery and an aerial will appear under the lines of state property
Many of my friends have OnX and both of my sons use it. It is a powerful tool and has a lot of very cool mapping features. I signed on for a free trial but they bugged the piss out of me so much during the first two days with emails asking me to jump over to a full subscription that I deleted it.Here's something interesting that I just noticed. I am not recommending because I know nothing about it. Anyway, there's an app called
Onyx(sorry, the correct name is "OnX") that doesn't seem to be worried about showing property owner names. Have only spent about two minutes looking on their website, so I don't know how comprehensive the data is. But here's an example
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You can't link directly to it, but just go to their website, scroll down to the bottom where it says "Powerful 3d Planning) and click the map. It took a little while to load for me. Then click the Satellite button and click 2d (this is a bit confusing). Zoom way out, drag the map to NJ and zoom back in. When you get close enough, it shows property owners. And it's free to do this on their website.
Join thousands of off-roaders in planning and discovering 650K+ miles of off-road trails. Keep all of your trails, tracks, campsites, and markups in one app.www.onxmaps.com
They have a 7-day free trial of the full app (iOS and Android), after that it's $100/year. You can decide for yourself whether that would be worthwhile. Who knows, they might end up pulling owner names in the future - after you have spent $100, LOL. They also have a version without the property names for $30/yr. I think there is also a free version with more limitations?
Pricing for onX Offroad is $29.99 per year for Premium and $99.99 per year for Elite. You can also start a free trial and receive Premium features for seven days.www.onxmaps.com
One interesting feature is that the app is compatible with Apple Carplay and Android Auto, so you can use it on your car's built-in screen (if available). Apparently you can also download maps to use with no cell signal.
Experience onX Offroad on Apple CarPlay. Featuring in-dash off-road trail maps, Waypoints, offline maps, and more. Free trial.www.onxmaps.com
Experience onX Offroad on Android Auto. Featuring in-dash off-road trail maps, Waypoints, offline maps, and more. Free trial.www.onxmaps.com
Does anybody here use this already?
Yes, you jogged my memory, that's why I deleted it.Many of my friends have OnX and both of my sons use it. It is a powerful tool and has a lot of very cool features mapping. I signed on for a free trial but they bugged the piss out of me so much during the first two days with emails asking me to jump over to a full subscription that I deleted it.
I suppose if you bit the bullet and signed up right from the start it might not be as irritating. My buddy Randy loves it and has coverage for Delaware and NJ. I'm not sure if you have to get the whole US if you choose more than one State.Yes, you jogged my memory, that's why I deleted it.
My buddy Randy loves it and has coverage for Delaware and NJ. I'm not sure if you have to get the whole US if you choose more than one State.
Without good cell coverage, OnX doesn't work.
It’s Public Land. But the Public Can’t Reach It NY Times
Apple Carplay/Android Auto is another important feature that makes it stand out. Ordinary app developers are not able to to access that capability, you need a special (expensive) type of developer account that is normally only available to large companies
“Landowners don’t just own the land,” claimed Ashley Mayfield Davis, the Carbon County attorney. “You also own your airspace.”