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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Yuma Field Office, El Centro Field Office, Palm Springs/South Coast Field Office in Yuma, AZ, El Centro, CA, N. Palm Springs, CA .
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  • Public lands -- Arizona -- Recreational use.,
  • Public lands -- California -- Recreational use.,
  • Camp sites, facilities, etc. -- Arizona -- Yuma.,
  • Camp sites, facilities, etc. -- California.

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Other titlesLong term camping on public lands
ContributionsUnited States. Bureau of Land Management. Yuma Field Office., United States. Bureau of Land Management. El Centro Field Office., United States. Bureau of Land Management. Palm Springs/South Coast Field Office.
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Open LibraryOL18302437M

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Dispersed camping is allowed on public land for a period not to exceed 14 days within a 28 consecutive day period. The 28 day period begins when a camper initially occupies a specific location on public lands. Dispersed Camping: Fortunately, if you’ve moved into a small vehicle home, it is quite easy to live on the land, by dispersed camping on National Forest (NF) or Bureau of Land Management (BLM) land. All Federal lands in the U.S. are held in public trust for the best use of the people. One of the primary uses of public lands is recreation. I spent a great many of my RVing days dry-camping or boondocking—without the water, electric, and sewer hook-ups offered by campgrounds and RV resorts. I developed my class, Camping and Boondocking on Our Public Lands, out of these experiences and the experiences and comments of class attendees.4/4(34). Public lands RV camping offers a wide variety of outdoor recreation opportunities. There are campgrounds set up for small RV campers and tents, while others can accommodate the largest RV combinations. You can find public land campgrounds that offer amenities from full RV hook-up campsites, to primitive, no facility designated camping areas.

  No campground, just a spot on the side of the road on public land: Dispersed camping is free, fun, and easier than you might expect. A few years ago, I rarely spent the night in a tent, didn’t. The permit authorizes you to camp within any designated LTVA using those camping or dwelling unit (s) indicated on the permit between the periods from September 15 to April There are two types of permits: Long-Term and Short-Visit. The long-term permit is valid for the entire season or any part of the season. Location of Long-Term Visitor AreasThe areas designated as Long-Term Visitor Areas were chosen because of their past popularity with winter visitors and because access roads have been developed and facilities are available map and legend in this brochure illustrate the location of each LTVA, and the map contains a key of camping facilities available at each site. Keyword: Camping. Recreation opportunities abound on over 8 million acres of BLM-administered public land in Montana and the Dakotas on a diverse scope of landscape types. The Eagle River Extensive Recreation Management Area provides excellent recreational opportunities, especially for fishermen and boaters visiting the area.

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