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All states have federal- or state-owned public lands that are available for hunting. Public lands may have special regulations that regulate hunting on these properties and may require special permits. Be sure to check with your state’s wildlife management agency and obtain maps before you go out to hunt.

Public lands that may be open for hunting are:

  • State parks and forests
  • State-owned wildlife management areas
  • National forests
  • National parks
  • National Wildlife Refuge properties
  • Bureau of Land Management properties
  • Bureau of Reclamation properties