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Upcoming Events

Some Game Commission’s offices remain closed due to the global COVID-19 outbreak. The Game Commission moved its April Board meeting to an online format in response, and thanks the public for its understanding and support. While the agency’s No. 1 concern, at this time, is protecting human health, it remains as committed and as passionate as ever to managing Pennsylvania’s wild birds, wild mammals, and their habitats for current and future generations.

Friday, July 24 and Saturday, July 25: Board of Game Commissioners to meet

Details regarding the meeting and how the public comment will be given will be available closer to the meeting date. Feel free to email comments to the Board, anytime, at

Aug. 7-9; Art Show at Middle Creek’s Visitors Center; Lancaster County
Friday, August 7: 1-6p; Saturday, August 8: 9a-6p; Sunday, August 9: 10a-4p. Learn about Middle Creek.

Sunday, Sept. 27; National Hunting and Fishing Day at Middle Creek; Lancaster County; 11a-5p
Learn about Middle Creek.

Recurring Events

NOTICE: In an effort to protect public health and reduce overall spread of COVID-19, in-person classes have been suspended until further notice. Visit the Hunter-Trapper Education webpage for additional information. 

FIELD DAYS; Spring & Summer
NOTICE: In an effort to protect public health and reduce overall spread of COVID-19, field days have been suspended until further notice.
Field Days introduce participants to outdoor sports such as archery, trapping, and hunting through closely supervised hands-on activities. An adult must accompany all youth participants and can accompany more than one youth. Please ensure that your child meets the age requirements of the Field Day that you are registering for, as each event is different. If you are interested in hosting a Field Day, please contact