YPG Hunting Program
Select areas of YPG are is open to hunting from the first day of dove season in Arizona through the last day of quail season in Arizona. There are fourteen (14) designated hunting areas on the installation. The information links covers rules and regulations, hunting safety, procedures, and description of the hunting areas including a downloadable map (viewed in Adobe Acrobat Reader).
YPG is using iSportsman as our site for administering hunting permits on the installation. The site provides a secure online portal for hunters to register for the free YPG hunting permit and register firearms. The site also features an interactive map showing the hunting areas on YPG. As always, all persons hunting on YPG are required to have a valid Arizona Hunting License and any associated tags. All members of the hunting party must obtain a YPG Hunting Access Permit. All firearms must be registered.
When hunting on YPG, all persons must have the following:
Hunting Access Pass. Required for all members of hunting party. A copy must be in your possession, electronic or paper, and must be presentable to law enforcement.
Weapons Registration. All weapons, including rifles, bows and side arms must be registered. A copy of the registration must be with the weapon while on YPG. Only persons who are hunting and have a valid AZGFD hunting license with necessary tags may carry a weapon on YPG.
Range Clearance (daily). All persons hunting on YPG are required to contact range control to obtain range clearance each day.
Questions? Call (928) 328-2125
Below are a few helpful links to help you get a permit and start planning your hunt.
- Yuma Proving Ground iSportsman
- Online interactive Hunting Area Map
- Arizona Game & Fish Department
- U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service – Hunting
- Hunting at YPG – Public Website