If the answer to either of those questions was 'Yes', let me give you a little warning.
Near Bedford, PA, there is a rather nice farm. It spans about 700 acres and is around 50% timber. Most of the fields are hay, one is winter wheat, another small one still has some standing corn, a few others are bare. It looks like great hunting ground, lots of deer sign, good cover for rabbits and game birds. The place is kind of out in the middle of a few other farms, couple of old barns on it and a three story farmhouse tucked back in the trees.
Let me tell you: it is damn fine hunting ground for all sorts of game. But you can't hunt it. Don't even bother to ask. The guy who owns it will probably be an asshole. See, he is tired of fat people from the city who's house sits on 1/3 acre driving out there and scouting the place out. He is tired of explaining to them that the place is his and no he doesn't feel bad about keeping all that ground to himself. He doesn't care whether you just want to get your kid his first deer. Go buy your own place.
And God help you if decide to ignore his advice and hunt it anyway. You see, you drive a bright red Expedition, it isn't easy to conceal that kind of vehicle. Your ATV can be heard from pretty far away too. The panting your fat ass is doing because you had to walk 100 yards through the brush allows you to be pinpointed fairly easily. Not wearing any orange won't help either, unless you can find a way to stop the infrared light from escaping your clothing. Believe me, you don't want to be up in a tree, trespassing on someone else's property when the owner pops out of the woods wearing a full Ghille and has an AR strapped to his shoulder. You won't be getting any deer that day.
Just do yourself a favor and go somewhere else. There might be some gullible old man down the road who stopped caring about his place a long time ago. He'll let you hunt, but I won't.