Residence Boundaries

Eligible for Moose and Caribou:

  • Glenn Highway MP 66 to MP 189
  • Richardson Highway MP 30 to 294.9 (includes Black Rapids Training Area, and excludes residents of Fort Greely).
  • Alaska Highway MP 1347.5 to MP 1414
  • Old  Edgerton Highway
  • Edgerton Highway to Chitina
  • Nabesna Road
  • Tok Cutoff MP 0 -  MP 80
  • Residents of Healy Lake 
  • Residents of Chickaloon
  • Residents of Dot Lake
  • Parks Highway MP 216  to MP 239  
  • Residents of Unit 20D, except those who live on-base at Fort Greely

Eligible for Caribou ONLY:

  • McCarthy Road

For more information regarding eligibility, please call: 

Federal Subsistence Program Coordinator 907-822-3217


Current Hunt Area Maps

Interactive Maps

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* These maps have been updated to reflect additional lands open to Federal subsistence in the vicinity of Paxson Lake.  All State of Alaska "Areas with Restrictions" are depicted on Bureau of Land Management's GMU 13 Federal subsistence maps.  However, not all State of Alaska "Areas of Restriction" are closed or restricted for Federally qualified subsistence hunters within those areas on Federal public lands.  (For example, Federal public lands within the State of Alaska's "Paxson Closed Area" are currently open to the harvest of big game by Federal subsistence hunters.)  For information on which State of Alaska "Areas with Restrictions" are currently recognized in the "Subsistence Management Regulations for the Harvest of Wildlife on Federal Public Lands in Alaska, " refer to the Special Provisions sections of the regulations for GMU 13.  In addition you may call the BLM Glennallen Field Office at 907-822-3217 for further clarification.