Permission to hunt a Conservancy preserve or natural area is obtained by completing this permission form. You must carry a copy of the signed form with you while hunting. Please observe these rules while hunting on a nature preserve. Some preserves in the table below are enrolled in the Commercial Forest Program. For these preserves you are not required to get permission to hunt, but we ask that you complete the permission form as a courtesy for LTC records.
Please help us keep our preserves in good condition. Contact the Conservancy office at 231.347.0991 if you notice any inappropriate activity on a preserve or if trails, parking areas, or signs need attention. Preserves and trails require a good deal of management and maintenance. We appreciate the assistance of the many individuals who help monitor and provide stewardship for our preserves and trails. Please contact our office if you are interested in participating in the Conservancy's stewardship program.
Horton Creek is open to bow hunting only.
Rufus Teesdale is open to bow hunting only.
Schulz is enrolled in the CFA Program.
Smith is open to bow hunting only.
Little Trout Lake is open to waterfowl hunting only.
Moore is open to bow hunting only.
Five Mile Creek Swamp, Horner, & Additions are open to bow, shotgun, & muzzleloader hunting only.
Fochtman is open to bow, shotgun, & muzzleloader hunting only.
Inland Waterway is open to waterfowl only hunting only.
Kuebler-Trippe & Huffy is open to bow only hunting only.
Offield is enrolled in the CFA program.
Ponshewaing is open to waterfowl hunting only.
Rocky Point is open to waterfowl hunting only.
Sims-Moffatt is enrolled in the CFA program.
Stony Point is open to bow & waterfowl hunting only.
Veling is open to bow hunting only.
St. Helena Island is open to bow, shotgun, & muzzleloader only, hunters must stay at least 1000 ft. from lighthouse.
Part of the Susan Creek Preserve is closed to hunting. Please see interactive map.
Part of the Kinglet Preserve is closed to hunting. Please see interactive map.
Elmer Johnston Preserve
credit: Todd Parker