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Recreating in Nevada                                                 Recreation


The National System of Public Lands offer more diverse recreational opportunities than are available on the land of any other Federal agency.  In Elko District, there are 12.5 million acres of public lands where people enjoy countless types of out-door adventure activities as widely varied as camping, hunting, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, boating, off-highway vehicle driving, mountain biking, birding and wildlife viewing, photography, climbing, all types of winter sports, and visiting natural and cultural heritage sites.  In an increasingly urbanized West, these recreational opportunities and the landscape settings where they take place are vital to the quality of life enjoyed by residents of western states, as well as national and international visitors.

ePlanning - Elko Projects Since 10/01/2011
Recreation and DOI/BLM Code of Fed. Regs
Elko District
Elko District NEPA
Elko District Recreation
National BLM Recreation
Other Recreation Related Links:
Great Outdoors Initiative
Sage grouse
Visual Resources

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                                      Recreation and Other Related Projects


 District or Field Office

Project Name

Year Completed


Gold Diggers Motorcycle Club Competitive Event EA



Review Resource Information and Completed NEPA Products 

Geothermal Plant in NevadaHabitat Improvement Project Along Maggie CreekLivestock grazing on Nevada AllotmentMining Facility in NevadaWild Horse at Triple B Gather


Fuels Management/Reduction, Vegetation Treatment, Habitat Restoration


Lands and Realty

Mineral Development

Oil and Gas

Wild Horse and Burro

Questions or comments for this webpage can be sent to: Vanne@blm.gov.

Last updated: 12-13-2013