Alabama's Hunting & Fishing Trail for People with Physical Disabilities is a network of public and private recreational sites throughout the state. These facilities provide accessible fishing, shooting, and hunting opportunities for individuals with physical disabilities. These trails were developed by the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) in cooperation with a broad range of sponsors.

Trail sponsors encourage individuals, families, friends, etc. to vidit these sites and experience the joys of recreational fishing, hunting, and shooting. The fishing and shooting sites do not require registration, however, all users of these facilities must be properly licensed and abide by regulations governing these sites.

The hunting trail sites are provided by various public and/or private entities and managed by DCNR. To utilize the hunting trail sites there is a required application process.

To view or print a brochure detailing site locations please click here:

Alabama's Hunting and Fishing Trail Brochure


Application Process and Rules

  • Each hunter must complete an application.
  • The application process certifies individuals are physically disabled under guidelines established by the American Medical Association, Veterans Administration, or the U.S. Social Security Administration. 

  • Hunting is restricted to two or three days per week.

  • An individual may only hunt on a given area once every two weeks.

  • Hunting is by reservation only and each participant must check in and out on the date reserved.

  • All hunting must be done from the shooting houses provided on wildlife openings.

  • Participants may bring a non-­hunting partner to assist them.

  • If you possess an Alabama physically disabled resident hunting license or an Alabama disabled military veteran's appreciation hunting license, you will not be required to have the Physicians portion of the application filled out, however you must provide a copy of the license with your application.

  • If you are exempt from requiring a hunting license you must have the application filled out completely, including the Physician's Certification and attach a copy of proof of age and residency, such as your driver's license. 

  • You can print the application from the website at the link below or by calling 334-242-3469.

Instructions for Disabled Hunter Permit

Disabled Hunter Permit Application