Fort A.P. Hill Hunting


Areas available for hunting and fishing are finalized by 5:00 PM the day before. 

Please check after 5:00 PM to view the following days open areas.

 

 

To access hunting permits​ all hunters have to complete the "New Hunter Orientation" video located under the "My Safety Briefs" tab in the top menu bar of your iSportsman Account. This is a one time requirement but will be available to review later. 

 

 

Hunters wishing to hunt the CA areas must complete the "CA Safety Brief" video before CA permits will appear under "Acquire Permits". This is an annual requirement.

 

 

Do not call the Range Control Fire Desk with questions about the iSportsman service.

Do not arrive at the Fort A.P. Hill entrance prior to 4:30 AM.

No parking or waiting is allowed on Fort A.P. Hill property.

 

Reservations

To reserve a hunting spot for Monday, reservations are to be made Sunday by 7:00 PM.

 

Reservations are only place holders for the area for the next day.

You must still check in to the area the morning of your hunt to fill that spot.

Having a reservation does not automatically check you out to your reserved area.

 

Reference Maps

 2020 Fall Plantings Map | 2019 Spring Burn Map | 2015-2017 Timber Harvest Map

 

Harvest Reports

Deer

Update: 12/28/2020

 

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Spring Gobbler

Update: 5/10/2021

 

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UXO Safety

Many areas now open for hunting are used or were once used for live-fire training or testing.  These areas played a vital role in preparing our armed forces for national defense.  As a result of this training and testing, millions of acres in the United States and along its shores are known or suspected to contain munitions.  Therefore, when hunting on property the military uses or once used for such training or testing, know that munitions may be present that pose a danger.  Because of the danger munitions pose to hunters, some areas on military installations are closed to hunting and other recreational activities.

Active military installations and parks on some former installations provide hunters with maps identifying hunt boundaries and areas closed to hunting. Most areas closed to hunting will be marked with signs on the boundary. Roads entering those areas may also be marked. However, it is possible to encounter munitions outside of marked areas and other areas closed to hunters.

Munitions should be considered dangerous, regardless of how long they have been in the environment. Munitions you might encounter may be heavily corroded, whole or in parts, buried or covered with leaves, making them difficult to recognize. Even old munitions can kill. As such, never approach, touch, move, disturb or shoot at anything encountered that may be a munition or part of one, but carefully leave the area.

Ultimately, hunters on a military installation are responsible for knowing where they are at all times and for staying within either their assigned hunting area or the hunt boundaries. If you are uncertain whether an area is closed, do not enter it, potentially putting yourself in danger, but carefully leave the area.

Help protect yourself, and make future hunts safer from explosive hazards by following the 3Rs of Explosives Safety.

 

If you encounter or suspect you have encountered a munition...

Recognize

When you may have encountered a munition and that munitions are dangerous.

Retreat

Do not approach, touch, or disturb it, but carefully leave the area.

Report

Notify officials or call (804) 633-8974 to advise Range Control of what you saw and where you saw it.

 

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