U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIORBUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT
|Black Rock Desert-High Rock Canyon Emigrant Trails National Conservation Area|
SPECIAL RECREATION PERMIT REQUIREMENTS/CONDITIONS/STIPULATIONS
Post-use reporting is required to document use and/or gross income for each event or activity that takes place as part of your permitted use. The information provided in the post-use report is used to calculate the use fees associated with your permit. There are different requirements depending on which type of SRP you have. Post-use reporting is required by stipulation for all SRPs and is generally due within 30 after the last day of permit activity.
Choose the appropriate permit category to find information about post-use reporting:
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Individual Trip Plans
Individual Trip Plans are required for all commercial guides and outfitters prior to conducting permit activities. The trip plans describe the location, duration and type of use that will be conducted.
Trip logs are required with the submission a post-use report for commercial outfitters. The trip log is very important for commercial outfitter and guide businesses who are claiming deductions for use of non-federal lands.
Special Recreation Permit Fees
All Special Recreation Permits are subject to use fees. The minimum annual, non-refundable permit fee for all types of SRPs is $100.00, which is required at the time of application. Additional fees are required for most permitted users. Use fees are based on different fee schedules dependent on the type of SRP.
Fee Structure by Permit Type:
Insurance is required for most SRPs. Consult with the Outdoor Recreation Planner regarding the required levels of insurance. The table below shows the levels of insurance required for various types of permit proposals:
NOTE: Higher levels of insurance may be required at the Field Manager’s discretion for events or activities that have unique or high risks. Some small scale organized group activities may not be required to obtain insurance.
In addition to the conditions and stipulations listed on the back of the SRP application form 2930-1, most activities require compliance with special permit stipulations. Permittees are required to understand and comply with permit stipulations and will be held responsible for violations. Violations may be ground for permit termination, probation or other administrative repercussions. The following are examples of permit stipulations for various events and activities:
Hobby Rocket Launching
|Last updated: 07-18-2011|
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