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Accessible Hunting Spots

Four great accessible hunting spots on DNR properties:

Atterbury Fish & Wildlife Area - Accessible hunting area contains mowed paths, one path wide enough for wheelchair users and those with vehicles. Customers who want to gain vehicle access can get a yearly permit and a key to the gate at the main office.

Pigeon River Fish & Wildlife Area - Accessible hunting area that was once an old campground. There are paved roads wide enough for wheelchair users.

Tri-County Fish & Wildlife Area - Shock Lake Blind: Accessible duck blind for hunters with physical disabilities. The blind has space for up to 4 hunters, with a bench along the back wall. There is a boat ramp and parking within 50 yards of the blind. Installed through a partnership with the Michiana Chapter of Delta Waterfowl.

Winamac Fish & Wildlife Area - Accessible hunting area surrounded by a 2-mile driving loop through various habitats for vehicle access or hunting from a stationary vehicle. There are several mowed and tilled paths throughout the area.

Where to Hunt

DNR properties that allow hunting have areas for hunters with disabilities. Please contact the property where you wish to hunt, present a copy of the permit to the property office, and they can provide you with more instructions for where to safely hunt on that property. For more information, see our licenses for hunters and anglers with disabilities.

To find DNR properties with hunting, check out the Where to Hunt Map.

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