If you plan to hunt on Wildlife Management Area, don't carry your concealed weapon loaded while driving on the property.
Regarding using the shooting range at the Chickahominy Wildlife Management Area, it is a violation of DGIF rules to carry a loaded concealed handgun while driving on any WMA property!
The following is an excerpt from the above link.
FirearmsI spoke with the game warden at the Charles City County office (804-829-6580), and was told that I must unload my handgun at the property line before driving onto the WMA. Once I reach the shooting range, I would be free to reload after I stepped out of my vehicle. Alternatively, I could park at the entrance and walk anywhere with my loaded concealed handgun.
It is unlawful to have in possession or in a vehicle a bow or gun which is not
unloaded and cased or dismantled except when it is lawful to take bear,
deer, grouse, pheasants, quail, rabbit, raccoon, squirrel or turkey; and additionally,
migratory game birds on Department owned lands east of the Blue Ridge; or by permit issued by the Department; or by concealed handgun permit issued by a Circuit Court.
It is unlawful to possess or transport a loaded gun in or on any vehicle at any time on a WMA.
Target shooting is permitted on designated ranges only.