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Last Post 28 Mar 2022 12:36 PM by  Usarian Skiff
Camping on claims
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Usarian Skiff
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27 Mar 2022 07:43 AM
    Is camping allowed on GPAA claims? Some/all, etc

    Is there a single rule that applies to all or is there camping info for each site somewhere?

    I'm looking at Greyback group specifically right now. I want to park an RV there for 3 nights
    David Stjohn
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    27 Mar 2022 07:51 AM
    I was at grey back a couple years ago and camped for two weeks. I think that's the limit before you have to move. There is an area just on the claim above the arroyo. Good gold there too
    Roy Wiley
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    27 Mar 2022 01:38 PM
    I live in Oregon . as far as i know you can camp on u.s.f.s. land for free , but you must move more than a hundred feet every 10 days if you are renting a camping spot you may stay as long as you pay . - I found a great resource to find camping areas at --- https://freecampsites.net , hope this helps . pass it on if you find it useful .
    ARTHUR WAUGH
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    28 Mar 2022 12:09 PM
    General policy for USFS and BLM is 14 days in 28 day period in the same spot. This is for "dispersed" camping outside of pay campgrounds. Heavily used areas May have other restrictions, and you have to be aware of seasonal closures due to fire, etc.

    I sit on a BLM resource advisory council, so it's from the horse's mouth so you speak
    Usarian Skiff
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    28 Mar 2022 12:36 PM
    Fantastic info! Thank you!
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