paintball and airsoft as well as target shooting are prohibited on state trust land even with a rec use permit.
Q. What does my Recreation Permit allow me to do on Trust Land?A. Your recreation permit allows you to enjoy non-consumptive recreational activities including: hiking, horseback riding, bicycling, picnics, photography, bird watching, sightseeing, camping (limited to 14 days per year), and limited off highway vehicle use (restricted to designated roads and trails), for non-commercial and non-competitive purposes.An Trust Land Recreation Permit does not permit target shooting, paintball, airsoft, recreational flying (i.e. ultralite aircraft), vehicular 'rock hopping', sand railing, fireworks, or congregating in groups larger than 19 people (see Event Permit). Visiting prehistoric and historic cultural or archaeological sites, Metal detecting, Collecting or removing natural products (rocks, stone, soil, fossils, mineral specimens, cacti, saguaro or cholla skeletons, plants (live or dead), or firewood for home use, are all prohibited. Nor does it permit any activity that would otherwise be illegal or conflict with local laws or ordinances. A Recreation Permit does not authorize use of non-state lands such as military, federal, Tribal, or private lands.
So what does this mean then? We're SOL when it comes to Hatfield? Or are there other zones in the area we could use alternatively?
I work downtown in the sandra day oconner federal courthouse, and I know some of the attorneys and ex cops that works there. Will ask them tomorrow and let you guys know. It will sucks, if we loose Hatfield!!
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