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Hunters Apply Now for Ottawa County Park Permit
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Hunters Apply Now for Ottawa County Park Permit

OTTAWA COUNTY, MI – Ottawa County Parks is now accepting applications from those wishing to archery deer hunt at Crockery Creek Natural Area or at Upper Macatawa Natural Area. Crockery Creek Natural Area is a 306 acre site along the east side of Crockery Creek near the Grand River in Crockery Township.  Upper Macatawa Natural Area is a 500 acre site along the Macatawa River in Zeeland Township.  Applications are accepted online and due by 2PM on Friday, September 12, 2014.  Hunters will be selected by lottery to hunt each property during two special seasons:

·        Season One: Saturday, October 18 – Sunday, November 23
·        Season Two: Monday, November 24 – Wednesday, December 31

Applications for Special Permits are also being accepted for firearm deer hunting at North Ottawa Dunes. Applications are accepted and due by 2PM on Friday, October 10.  Hunters will be selected by lottery to hunt on the following dates:
·        November 21 & 23 or
·        November 22 & 24

See the applications to view the complete rules and regulations of the hunts, mandartory meeting dates and fees. In addition, Ottawa County Parks offers 13 properties to hunters without special park permits. The map and complete rules for hunting these lands are available at http://www.miottawa.org/Parks/hunting.htm

 
For additional announcements, “like” the parks at facebook.com/OttawaCountyParks. Visit miOttawa.org/parks to learn more about the 6400 acres of parks and open spaces available for your enjoyment. Operations, improvements and programs are funded by grants and a parks millage. If you own a $150,000 home, you pay $24 annually investing in opportunities for outdoor recreation and nature education today and for future generations. Thank you.

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