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camping:dispersed [2022/03/13 19:12]
frater_secessus [length of stay]
camping:dispersed [2022/03/13 19:14]
frater_secessus [length of stay]
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 While dispersed camping usually allows multiple night stays it is **not for squatting or building structures**.  You are expected to do your recreation then move on.   Check the local district and signage for local regulations.   While dispersed camping usually allows multiple night stays it is **not for squatting or building structures**.  You are expected to do your recreation then move on.   Check the local district and signage for local regulations.  
  
-The most common [[#rules_for_dispersed_camping|rule for dispersed camping in one place]] on BLM, Fish # Wildlife, and other non-NF land is //a 14 day stay in any 28-day period, then mandatory relocation ≥25 miles away// This means ≥2 sites are required for a rotation, and ≥29 days from Site 1 to Site 1:+The most common [[#rules_for_dispersed_camping|rule for dispersed camping in one place]] on BLM, Fish # Wildlife, and other non-NF land is //a 14 day stay in any 28-day period, then mandatory relocation ≥25 miles away//.  Here is the language from the main BLM site: 
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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. The 14 day limit may be reached either through a number of separate visits or through 14 days of continuous overnight occupation during the 28 day period. After the 14th day of occupation, the camper must move outside of a 25 mile radius of the previous location **until the 29th day since the initial occupation**. The purpose of this special rule is to prevent damage to sensitive resources caused by continual use of any particular areas. In addition, campers must not leave any personal property unattended for more than 10 days (12 months in Alaska). 
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 +This means ≥2 sites are required for a rotation, and ≥29 days from Site 1 to Site 1:
  
   * days 1-14 at Site 1   * days 1-14 at Site 1
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-In addition, many National Forest districts limit stays in any NF((or NF Ranger district)) to 14d in any **30d** period, so we will need a ≥3 site rotation with ≥31 days from to NF 1 to NF 1.+Many National Forest districts limit stays in any NF((or NF Ranger district)) to 14d in any **30d** period, which causes some issues syncing camping and moving.  We will need a ≥3 site rotation with ≥31 days from to NF 1 to NF 1.
  
   * days 1-14 at NF 1   * days 1-14 at NF 1
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   * days 29 - 30 at NF 3   * days 29 - 30 at NF 3
   * day 31 - back to NF 1   * day 31 - back to NF 1
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 ==== services, or lack thereof ==== ==== services, or lack thereof ====
camping/dispersed.txt · Last modified: 2022/06/28 17:49 by frater_secessus