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Hunting in Redington Pass

Redington Pass is part of Unit 33’s hunting range and offers lots of good options for undeveloped camp sites. High clearance vehicles are highly recommended. Keep in mind that camping is not allowed within 200’ of a water source. Traditional hunts in Redington Pass are javelina, coues and mule deer, as well as dove and quail. These hunt dates vary beginning with archery hunts and then on into the general hunt season. Legal tags must be obtained through Arizona Game and Fish, and occasional hunt checkpoints do occur.

Note that Redington Pass and Unit 33 also are part of Sahuaro National Park and absolutely no hunting is allowed in the Park. Common sense hunting guidelines and sensitivity to this multi-use area is a given. Redington Pass is shared by mountain bikers, hikers, and many types of motorized vehicle users. Stay alert, and enjoy your hunt!

One Less Spark One Less Wildfire

US Forest Service FIRE RESTRICTIONS prohibit Campfires, Target Shooting May 1, 2018 until further Notice

Don't let target shooting end in a wildfire. Be prepared with these SAFE SHOOTING PRACTICES. Learn more about the One Less Spark One Less Wildfire campaign.