Hunts are not in chronological order. Each one has information included for contact and application details. Not all hunts are 'no cost', so be sure to ask.
This information is provided as a service to the disabled community. Please email David Sullivan if you would like to add your hunt or event or discover hunts that need to be removed.
Anyone interested in participating in Outdoors with Friends Alabama handicap hunt (for adults and children) contact Greg at (334)465-5542 or new E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Our hunt will be 12/11/2015 and 12/12/2015 near Troy, Alabama. Click here to find out more.
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) is accepting applications for physically challenged hunters interested in deer hunts to be held on Floy McElroy Wildlife Management Area (WMA) on Nov. 7 and 8. LDWF is sponsoring the lottery hunts to provide a quality outdoor experience. All applicants must be wheelchair-confined, physically challenged hunter permittees (PCHP). Floy McElroy WMA is a 681-acre tract in Richland Parish, two miles north of Rayville that has been part of LDWF’s WMA program since 1990.
Successful applicants will be selected by a randomized computer drawing and must be accompanied on the hunt by one escort, who will not be allowed to shoot. Applications for the lottery must be submitted to LDWF before close of business on Friday, Oct. 2. A $5 administrative fee must be submitted with each application.
Applications and more information may be obtained by contacting your local LDWF field office or by visiting the LDWF Web site.
Applications may be delivered in person to Room 442 of the LDWF Headquarters Building located at 2000 Quail Drive in Baton Rouge or by mail. The mailing address is: Wildlife Division WMA Lottery Hunts, Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, P.O. Box 98000, Baton Rouge, LA 70898-9000.
For more information, contact Lowery Moak at 318-343-4044 email@example.com.
Michigan Hunts and various outdoor activities are available for Disabled Veterans and people with health challenges on an individual basis.
Beyond our bigger events, which you will find on www.Michigan.gov/dnr, along with our social media site on Facebook. Michigan Operation Freedom outdoors is a collaborative partnership with many different organizations helping to reintegrate people into the outdoors for the therapeutic value, and to lend a hand in providing quality of life improvements for those who feel as though they can not peruse the activities they once did, or those who want to try something they once thought of as impossible or a challenge. Michigan Operation Freedom Outdoors breaks down the barriers. With over 22 certified guides and growing on hand standing by to bring people back to the outdoors. The amenities we have access to will help to leave no excuses to try and get out to feel that breeze on your neck, or the smells of the changing seasons. Our adaptive equipment like Action Track chairs, Liberator machines, and Handicap accessible blinds are awesome features, but the most beautiful feature of all is the State land in which the DNR and the State of Michigan is focusing the launch of MI OFO on. Sharonville State Game area in Grass Lake Mi is over 4,300 acres and our equipment and team will get you anywhere on that land you wish to venture to. To set up an outdoor activity, or just to hear more about Michigan Operation Freedom Outdoors, contact Project Coordinator Tom Jones at (734) 612-6677 and at Tjones@Zero-day.us.
• SOUTH CAROLINA
No-Fee SC Deer Hunting Opportunity Available 9/15 to 1/1
Cimarron Outdoors is a nonprofit organization committed to inspiring and accommodating individuals with physical limitations through the gifts of nature, fellowship, and love that mankind has been blessed with. Our program is designed to encourage, empower, and elevate each participating man, woman, or child. We do this by taking specialized considerations for their individual needs to ensure their safety and fun in the great outdoors. Cimarron Outdoors removes obstacles and affords opportunity to those in need. We provide a way and a means to experience great adventure that may have otherwise been deemed impossible.
We manage and maintain 600+ acres of prime deer hunting land near Orangeburg SC. for the sole purpose of providing a quality hunting experience to individuals with mobility limitations. The property has been scouted, stand sites selected, purpose built accessible permanent blinds placed, cut overs and fields have been planted and feeders run at stand sites. We also have trail sites that can be used with natural or pop up blinds if this style of hunting is preferred.
Our goal is to make the prepared land and our assistance available to participating hunters. If a hunter would like to hunt on their own or to bring someone with them to assist they may or we are happy to hunt with any participant as a guide if they prefer. We will assist to whatever levels the participant request or not at all if they prefer. Any safe and legal hunting method the hunter would like to employ is fine as well.
These opportunities are at no cost to the hunters and we prepare meals at our lodge. The expense of lodging (several local hotels with accessible rooms) and state hunting license will be the responsibility of the participant.
We schedule hunts between 9/15 and 1/1. These hunts are scheduled per individual as time permits between the hunters schedule and those of our volunteers.
Please visit our website at cimarronhunt.org and our Facebook page Cimarron Outdoors for more information. We can be reached through our website, facebook page, directly at my email firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at 904-401-1975. There are additional contact methods listed on our web site as well.