The Wyoming State Board of Land Commissioners has extended to the public the
privilege of using legally accessible State Trust Land for hunting, fishing and
general recreational uses. In order to protect the natural resources and
associated underlying value of State Trust Land assets, use by the public is
governed by the following rules:
No hunting on cultivated land.
Motorized vehicles confined to established roads.
No overnight camping.
Where this privilege is abused or lessee interests are damaged, or for public or
lessee safety, the Board may close specific State Land, roads and/or areas on a
temporary or permanent basis. Public users must obey all authorized closures,
restrictions, and postings.