Welcome to the Arizona State Land Department Online Recreational Permit Portal! Please review the following information below to determine which type of permit is right for you. This landing page also contains other helpful information about the Permit, as well as the basic responsibilities of the permittee(s). The Terms and Conditions at the bottom of the page must be agreed to by the permittee(s) before proceeding to the Permit web form.
Individual Permit: An Individual Permit grants a single person access to State Trust land for certain types of recreational activities including bicycling, bird watching, GPS-based recreational activities (geocaching), hiking, horseback riding, off-highway vehicle (OHV) usage, photography, picnicking, and sightseeing.
Family Permit: A Family Permit grants a family unit (two adults and their children under 18 years of age) access to State Trust land for certain types of recreational activities including bicycling, bird watching, GPS-based recreational activities (geocaching), hiking, horseback riding, off-highway vehicle (OHV) usage, photography, picnicking, and sightseeing.
Responsibilities: Permittee(s) shall respect the land, and adhere to the Terms and Conditions of the Permit at all times. Permittee(s) shall comply with all federal, state, county, and municipal laws and ordinances, while on State Trust land. The Permittee(s) shall have the permit with them at all times while recreating on State Trust land and have readily available if stopped by law enforcement or any State Land Department staff. The Permittee(s) shall not remove natural products from or visit archaeological sites on State Trust land. The Permittee(s) shall not create or leave any trash on State Trust land, except for geocaches placed according to ASLD guidelines.
The Permittee(s) shall not discharge a firearm on State Trust land, except pursuant to lawful and licensed hunting. An ASLD Recreational Permit is not required for individuals with a valid hunting and/or fishing license whom are actively pursuing game or fish. To obtain a hunting or fishing license from the Arizona Game and Fish Department, please click here (https://license.azgfd.gov/home.xhtml).
The Permittee(s) shall not participate in OHV usage on State Trust land without both an ASLD Recreational Permit and an OHV decal or license plate. The Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) is the issuing agency for the OHV decal, certificates of title, registrations, and license plates. To obtain an Arizona OHV decal, please click here (http://servicearizona.com/offHighwayDecal?otherclick).
The Permittee(s) acknowledge that recreation on State Trust land must only be conducted on lands that are open for recreation. Lands leased for agriculture, mining, commercial, or military purposes are not open to recreational use. Other State Trust lands may be closed to some or all recreational uses in coordination with other land management agencies. Permittee(s) is responsible for being aware of and complying with State Trust land closures. For more information on State Trust land closures, please click here (http://gis.azland.gov/webapps/parcel/) or call 602-542-4631.
Please Note: Your permit will not be mailed to you, nor is your receipt your permit. After paying for your permit, you must select the “continue” button to proceed to permit printing. A copy of your permit will also be sent to the e-mail address you provided. Currently, only Visa and MasterCard are accepted as payment through the Online Portal.
For assistance, or more information about the ASLD Recreational Permit, please call us at 602-364-2753 or request more information.
By clicking “Agree & Pay” below, permittee(s) have read and agreed to the Terms and Conditions.
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