The following restrictions apply to all State Trust Land Public Access Program lands leased by Colorado Parks and Wildlife.
- Open only to hunting, fishing and wildlife viewing. Target practice, nonhunting shooting, outfitting and non-wildlife-related use prohibited.
- Closed 1/2 hour after sunset until 1/2 hour before sunrise, unless posted otherwise.
- Closed to the public from March 1–Aug. 31, unless posted otherwise. All newly enrolled properties are closed to the public until Sept. 1 of the
year of enrollment, unless posted otherwise.
- Must consult state trust land allowances of use before entering. Must also have a hunting or fishing license to enter. Click THIS LINK to access info.
MOTOR VEHICLES are allowed only on designated roads.
ACCESS RESTRICTED to foot or horseback only, unless posted otherwise.
LITTERING PROHIBITED. All trash must be packed out by users.
CAMPING AND FIRES PROHIBITED, unless posted otherwise. NEW Where camping is permitted as posted, it is unlawful to leave a camp, tent, shelter, motor vehicle or trailer unattended more than 48 hours, or to camp or to park travel trailers or campers on a State Trust Land Public Access Program property for more than 14 days in a 45-day period.
ILLEGAL FIREARMS. It is illegal to possess the following types of ammunition or firearms: tracer rounds, armor-piercing rounds, military-hardened rounds with explosive or radioactive substances, .50-caliber BMG rounds, fully automatic
YOUTH/MENTOR HUNTING applies to youth under 18. Youth hunters under 16 must be accompanied by a mentor when hunting on youth-mentor properties. Mentors must be 18 or older, comply with hunter education requirements and accompany
youth while hunting.
CERTIFIED HAY, STRAW, MULCH ONLY. It is illegal to have, store or use hay, straw or mulch that has not been certified as noxious weed-free, according to the Weed Free Forage Crop Certification Act, or any state or province participating in the Regional Certified Weed Free Forage Program. Certified materials must be clearly marked by the certifying state. People who transport such materials on federal, state or county roads that cross state trust lands leased by CPW and hay produced on property where it is being used are exempt.