What You Need to Know Before Camping on Trust Land in Colorado
It’s no secret America’s natural spaces are becoming increasingly popular. In Colorado, state parks saw nearly a million additional visitors year over year in just June alone. While a lot of the bump is due to people trying to get outside during the pandemic, the steady increase is nothing new. Though more people enjoying the outdoors is mostly good news, it can put a strain on natural resources and land managers.
Now, agencies like Colorado Parks and Wildlife are being forced to make tough calls when it comes to new regulations and restrictions to protect the wilderness for generations to come.
San Luis State Wildlife Area Campground – Hooper, CO | Photo by: RustyPhly
In May of this year, the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission voted to require anyone using a State Wildlife Area or State Trust Land to have either a fishing or hunting permit. This includes popular boondocking spots like the San Luis State Wildlife Area. The move led to .... Continue Reading at Campendium