The Arran DMG occupies the northern half of the island of Arran, lying in the Firth of Clyde and co-incides with the main population of deer on the island. It is the most southerly upland deer management group in Scotland. The southern boundary of the group runs from just north of Brodick on the east coast on the island to Machrie on the western coast.
Other than the villages around the periphery of the island and the main road north to Lochranza, there are few settlements or main public roads within the DMG area itself.
For a location map of the Arran DMG area click here.