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THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT RECREATION ON ARIZONA TRUST LAND

  • Arizona Trust Land is land managed by the State Land Department


  • Trust Land is not public land!


  • A recreation permit is required to camp, hike or travel on [/b]Trust Land that is designated as open for recreation


  • A recreation permit is an agreement between you (the responsible casual user) and the Department, to allow limited recreational activities conditional on your continued responsible behavior (see terms and conditions)


 

Go to the ASLD Interactive Map Parcel Viewer to determine if a permit is required for a specific area.

 

UPDATED LINKS (you may purchase online now!):

 

permit: https://land.az.gov/natural-resources/recreational-permits

 

interactive parcel map: http://gis.azland.gov/webapps/parcel/

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i updated the links in the original post as the AZ State Land Department has a new website and the old links were broken.

 

fees are currently still $15 for individual and $20 for family.

 

there was a recent discussion here that if you are just driving though you may not need a permit (much like the Tonto Pass)... however the wording on their site still says "A recreation permit is required to camp, hike or travel on Trust Land.." so i always try to keep mine current just in case. as a group we often stop to site-see, hike, eat lunch, etc. - in which case you need the permit anyway.

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i updated the links in the original post as the AZ State Land Department has a new website and the old links were broken.

 

fees are currently still $15 for individual and $20 for family.

 

there was a recent discussion here that if you are just driving though you may not need a permit (much like the Tonto Pass)... however the wording on their site still says "A recreation permit is required to camp, hike or travel on Trust Land.." so i always try to keep mine current just in case. as a group we often stop to site-see, hike, eat lunch, etc. - in which case you need the permit anyway.

 

I keep a .22 rifle in my vehicle... Wabbit hunting. As long as you have an Arizona hunting license, you're good to go. And rabbits are everywhere.

 

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Just a reminder to check your State Trust Land permit status. Couple weeks ago I noticed mine was long expired. So much easier than back in the day - I just renewed it and printed it out so I'm set!

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Just a reminder to check your State Trust Land permit status. Couple weeks ago I noticed mine was long expired. So much easier than back in the day - I just renewed it and printed it out so I'm set!

 

I got an email a few weeks ago from State Trust Land permitting reminding me that ours was going to expire soon. There was a link to pay and print and we're all set for another year.

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I got an email a few weeks ago from State Trust Land permitting reminding me that ours was going to expire soon. There was a link to pay and print and we're all set for another year.

 

NICE! Glad they incorporated an annual reminder!

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