Please visit HAP headquarters to register
Michigan -(Ammoland.com)- Michigan’s Hunting Access Program has been providing great hunting opportunities in areas with limited access for hunters since 1977.
With properties stretching across southern Michigan and a portion of the eastern Upper Peninsula, the program currently allows public hunting on 19,000 acres of privately owned lands.
HAP properties are available each day to hunters on a first-come, first-served basis. Hunters must register at the property headquarters before hunting. Self-service HAP farms have a mailbox designated as the headquarters with registration forms and property information inside. At mandatory check-In properties, hunters must register directly with the landowner.
Whether hunting or scouting, it is important to register upon arrival because each property has a maximum number of hunters allowed at any one time. Failure to register is considered trespassing.
Additionally, participating landowners determine the types of hunting allowed on their land. Before hunting, make sure to verify the allowed hunt type(s) at the HAP headquarters or on the HAP website.
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