Camping is allowed on most trust lands throughout the state for up to 15 consecutive days. Certain areas are subject to shorter 7 day limits and some areas are closed to camping.
OPEN CAMPFIRES PROHIBITED
FIREWORKS ARE ALWAYS PROHIBITED ON TRUST LANDS
Any use longer than 15 days requires that you obtain a right of entry permit. Protect your privilege to camp on trust lands by observing the following:
- Limit camping to existing campsites.
- Campsites and personal items may not be left unattended for more than 72 hours.
- No obstruction or prevention of access for other users is allowed.
- Select a campsite on a durable surface or non-vegetated area at least 100 feet from water sources.
- Do not camp in wet areas or fragile meadows.
- Observe all fire restrictions and regulations. If you must build a fire, use an existing fire ring, have a means to extinguish the fire nearby, and use only clean cord-type firewood or charcoal. No burning of pallets or construction debris is allowed. LEAVE CAMPFIRES DEAD OUT.
- Firewood may be removed from trust lands through permit only. Campfire wood collection of dead and down wood is allowed.
- Fireworks are not allowed on any trust lands.
- No garbage collection is provided: PACK-IT-IN, PACK-IT-OUT.
- Use stationary toilet facilities where available or your own portable toilet whenever possible. When a toilet is not available, bury solid human waste at least 8 inches deep and at least 200 feet from a campsite or water source.
- DO YOUR PART by modeling appropriate behavior and leaving the area better than you found it.
For a complete list of prohibited and restricted uses on trust lands, please click here to view the rules.