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Southcentral Region

 

News

October 16, 2020: The Altoona Water Authority (AWA) has entered two recently acquired properties into agreement with the Pennsylvania Game Commission.
November 19, 2019: PGC Southcentral Region Office Open Friday, Nov. 29
April 2019, We need your help. Multiple dead geese found in Camp Hill

Seasonal Roads, Designated Routes, Snowmobile Trails and Access for Hunters with Disabilities

Seasonal Roads Open for Hunting & Trapping
Designated Routes for Horses and Bicycles
Snowmobile Trails
Access Routes for Hunters with Disabilities (PDF)

Public Shooting Ranges

Public Shooting Ranges in the Southcentral Region

Field Reports - September 28, 2020

Blair and Bedford counties Game Warden Brandon Pfister reports a Bedford County woman has been found guilty of unlawfully possessing an 8-point buck.

Blair and Bedford counties Game Warden Brandon Pfister reports a Maryland man is being charged with numerous offenses for unlawful use of a motorized vehicle on state game lands.

Cumberland County Game Warden Timothy L. Wenrich reports that multiple people were cited for unlawfully driving motor vehicles on State Game Lands 170.

Cumberland County Game Warden Timothy L. Wenrich reports that range violations are being addressed related to shooting during closed hours, failure to have the required range permit or hunting or furtaker license, and shooting excessive rounds.

Cumberland County Game Warden Timothy L. Wenrich reports he concluded an investigation into the unlawful sale of wildlife mounts online.

Mifflin County Game Warden Amanda M. Isett cited an individual for opening a game lands gate and driving on closed roads on two separate occasions.

York County Game Warden Cameron M. Murphy reports that two individuals recently were caught riding ATVs on State Game Lands 416 in West Manchester Township, York County. Both individuals were cited and paid their $200 fines

Bedford and Fulton counties Game Warden-LMO Jonathan S. Zuck reports that, during a nine-month period, he issued three citations for illegal ATV use, two citations for dumping, and citations for reckless operation of a vehicle and causing damage to property on a single State Game Lands parking area and access road. All violations were detected using trail cameras. Many other violations were captured on camera and are being actively investigated.