Photo courtesy of Virginia State Parks
Are you interested in learning how to hunt?
A Novice Hunter Workshop is being offered this fall.
Virginia State Parks and the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries (VDGIF) are hosting the annual program at Widewater State Park.
Widewater State Park, located in Stafford County, is the sister park of Leesylvania State Park in Woodbridge.
Community members will learn hunting safety, techniques and laws on September 28 and September 29, according to a release from VSP.
Mentored-hunts are taking place on December 5 and December 12.
Novice Hunter Workshop applications, which can be found on the Virginia State Parks website, and a $5 processing fee are due August 31. They can be sent to ATTN: Joanna Sandly 101 Widewater State Park Rd. Stafford, VA 22554.
The workshop and the VSP hunting permit cost $45. Participants should call the Customer Service Center at 800-933-PARK to submit the payment by September 15.
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