Hunter Education Safety Course at Lemon Lake County Park
September 17 & 18, 2010
Friday 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. and Saturday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. (Must attend both sessions and pass a written test)
Pre-registration required and the class fills quickly. Register early by calling 219-947-PARK
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources requires all hunters born after 1986 to take this class. All hunters, regardless of age, need this class if they wish to hunt out of state or participate in state-sponsored hunts. Adults are encouraged to take the class with their young hunters to be able to reinforce what is taught. Participants will learn about firearms safety, survival, first-aid, wildlife identification and management, hunter responsibility and ethics. It is required that participants take all 10 hours of the class and pass a written exam. Those who pass the exam will receive a certified hunter’s education card that is good for life. Children 12 and younger are required to have an adult present throughout the class.
This class is an Indiana Department of Natural Resources program. For information on other Hunter’s Education dates or other DNR educational programs, contact the DNR at 219-879-5710, or visit them at www.in.gov/dnr
Lemon Lake County Park is located at 6322 W 133rd Avenue, Crown Point, IN 46307 between Crown Point and Cedar Lake. Exit I-65 at the Route 231 exit and go west toward Crown Point to Indiana St. Rt. 55 then south to 133rd Avenue and west for about 3 miles to the park. GPS coordinates: 41.377023,-87.40723 -30-