The North Dakota Game and Fish Department has a tracked wheelchair available at no charge for use at the Outdoor Wildlife Learning Center in Bismarck and at Department sponsored field events. When not in use by the Department, the wheelchair may be reserved by approved user groups for use offsite by participants of outdoor educational or hunting programs with disabilities.
A waiver of liability must be signed by the wheelchair user or her/his legal guardian. For offsite use a waiver must also be signed by a legal representative of the organization responsible for the outdoor program or event at which the wheelchair is used.
Offsite Use Requirements
The tracked wheelchair may be reserved for offsite use for up to 72 hours.
The tracked wheelchair must be picked up by a representative of the organization responsible for the outdoor program or event at which it is being used. The wheelchair will ride in the bed of a pickup or SUV, and loading ramps are provided. A short tutorial on how to run and load the wheelchair properly will be given upon pick up of the chair.
To reserve the use of the tracked wheelchair call 701-527-3075.
Special Hunting Permits
Shooting from a Stationary Motor Vehicle
This permit allows the permittee to shoot wildlife from a stationary motor vehicle on private land. A current hunting license is necessary in addition to this permit.
Applicants must have met eligibility requirements of Sec. 39-01-15 N.D.C.C. (parking privileges for mobility impared) and have in there possession a current mobility impaired identifying certificate.
For more information on eligibility and/or to apply for this permit see SFN 6096 (printable application).
This permit allows the permittee to shoot nongame fish or hunt game using a crossbow in lieu of a long bow. A current fishing and/or hunting license is necessary in addition to the special crossbow permit. Permittees must be either blind, paraplegic or have lost the use of one or both arms. A physician's affidavit of confirmation is required.
For more information on eligibility and/or to apply for this permit see SFN 6076 (printable application).
Handicap Accessible Fishing Facilities
The map below shows the location of handicap accessible fishing facilities. Click on an icon to view details about a site.
This page provides links to outdoor opportunities for people with disabilities provided by different nonprofit organizations in North Dakota. If your nonprofit organization hosts an event(s) that you would like to see listed here, please contact the North Dakota Game and Fish Department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Riverdale WMA Shooting Range (two miles southwest of Riverdale): 1 handicap accessible bench on the 100 yard range.