U.S. recreational areas offer an assortment of outdoor recreational activities. Recreation.gov lets you search for federal parks, forests and other public lands offering the activity you're interested in, including:
Biking: Find breathtaking trails for your road or mountain bike.
Each state grants permits (fishing licenses) and determines closed periods (seasons) where specific species are unavailable for harvest, restrictions on gear types, and quotas. To learn the laws and regulations for recreational fishing in your state, contact your state fish and wildlife agency.
There are more than 300 national wildlife refuges and protected wetlands in the National Wildlife Refuge System (NWRS). Use this search tool to find appropriate hunting locations near you. Visit the Refuge website or contact them directly.
Everyone age 16 and older who wants to hunt must get a hunting license. Individuals under age 16 may need a junior hunting license. Check with your state fish and wildlife agency for requirements.
If you want to hunt waterfowl, you need a Federal Duck Stamp in addition to a state hunting license.