Moment of Freedom CampaignProviding a moment of freedom in the outdoors for our wheelchair bound men, women and children.
Tennessee has become an ideal destination for sportsman with mobility impairments.
Many organization have worked hard to provide wheelchair-accessible custom blinds and fishing piers on public lands and waters. More than a dozen deer, turkey and waterfowl blinds that include ramps and other features to make hunting from a wheelchair more convenient can be found across the state.
A number of wheelchair-accessible fishing piers and observation towers offer additional outdoor opportunities as well.
The state’s Moment of Freedom initiative, a cooperative effort by the Tennessee Wildlife Resource Agency, Tennessee Wildlife Resource Foundation, Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission and other partners, is aimed at increasing these outdoor opportunities. The primary goal of the Moment of Freedom is to create new wheelchair-accessible sites every year.
Learn more about the Moment of Freedom Campaign
Moment of Freedom Map
Find Deer/Turkey, Waterfowl, Boating and Fishing access.
A Moment of Freedom
Providing a Moment of Freedom in the outdoors for our wheelchair-bound men, women, and children.
Find interactive maps for wheelchair-accessible deer, turkey, and waterfowl blinds, boating, and fishing access.