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Range firing schedule: September 20-26

GRAYLING – Camp Grayling hosts training for law enforcement units, Kentucky National Guard EOD, and A-10 aerial gunnery as we count down the last days of September.

Small arms and machine gun ranges are the main effort this week. Ranges 3, 16, and 19 in south camp allow us to keep roads are open to civilian traffic, but closure of roads east of range 40 complex will be in effect due to Range 44-46.

However, the road closures should not interfere with ruffed grouse hunters in the area. This small-game, bird season is open September 15th to November 14th and opens again after the firearms deer season.

Some of the young aspen stands managed by the Michigan DNR offer the best hunting locations. Camp Grayling’s environmental team works closely with the DNR to ensure management of sustainable forests and water quality. It is a great time to be in the woods, but take an extra minute to wear your orange vest or hat for improved visibility.

As the colors begin to turn, more and more people will head to the woods to recreate. Be a courteous neighbor by observing closed gates and reporting any dumping of trash. We do our best to make sure everyone stays safe in the woods and training areas, but it takes a team effort.

Friday nights in September are always enjoyable viewing your local high school football team. If you can’t make it to the game, then tune-in to your local radio station to listen to the game. Camp Grayling Garrison Commander, Colonel Scott Meyers, wishes all area teams good luck as they match up on the grid iron. Thank you and stay safe out there. Hooah!

For more info about Camp Grayling call 989-344-6100, or check us out on Facebook @campgraylingmi. https://www.facebook.com/campgraylingmi

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