Hunting

Hunting Sites in Kent County

Small game, wild turkey, migratory birds and deer call Kent County home, making it an ideal outdoor getaway for hunting. With numerous parks open to the public and plenty of ground to cover, Delaware’s Quaint Villages are a great vacation for the hunter in your life

Before you venture out to explore our hunting and wildlife options, be sure to procure the necessary licenses and permits for hunting and trapping in Delaware. Our state’s hunting license year spans the period between July 1st and June 30th.

For more information on what you’ll need for your visit, read our Division of Fish and Wildlife page. 

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Blackbird State Forest

Blackbird State Forest

The northernmost state forest in Delaware, Blackbird totals more than 5,400 acres, and features a mix of oak, yellow-poplar, maple, gum, and hickory trees…

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