A campgroup along a lake in Idaho with concrete bases for tents, RVs, camp chairs, and tents scattered through the sites with trees spread throughout. A pit toilet and other amenities are also onsite.

Business Plans

Recreation Site Business Plans

BLM requires each recreation fee site or area to complete a business plan which analyzes and explains how fees are consistent with criteria set forth in the Federal Lands Recreation Enhancement Act. Business plans assist in determining appropriate fee rates, outline the cost of administering fee sites, and identify priorities for future expenditures. A primary purpose of the business plan is to serve as public notification of the objectives for use of recreation fee revenues and to provide the public an opportunity to comment on these objectives before a fee site is designated, or when existing site fees are adjusted.

Alaska

Draft Business Plans for Public Comment

None at this time

Final Plans

Anchorage Field Office

Arctic District Office

Central Yukon Field Office

Eastern Interior Field Office

Glennallen Field Office

Arizona

Arizona State Office

America the Beautiful – The National Parks and Federal Recreational Pass (Interagency Pass) Program Business Plan

Arizona Strip District

Arizona Strip District Special Recreation Permit Program Business Plan

Vermilion Cliffs National Monument Paria Canyon Coyote Buttes Special Mgmt Area Business Plan 

Phoenix District

Hassayampa Field Office-Agua Fria National Monument Special Recreation Permit Program Business Plan

Lower Sonoran Field Office Painted Rock Petroglyph Site Business Plan

Colorado River District

Kingman Field Office Amenity Fee Sites Business Plan 

Kingman Field Office SRP Business Plan 

Lake Havasu Field Office Business Plan

Yuma Field Office Business Plans

Gila District

Safford Field Office Aravaipa Canyon Business Plan

Safford Field Office Fourmile Canyon Campground Business Plan

Safford Field Office Gila Box Riparian National Conservation Area Business Plan

Safford Field Office Hot Well Dunes RecArea Business Plan 2005

Safford Field Office SRP Business Plan 2009

Idaho

Draft Business Plans for Public Comment

Draft Business Plan South Fork of the Snake River Interagency Fee Program

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Upper Snake Field Office, U.S. Forest Service, Idaho Department of Fish and Game, and Bonneville, Jefferson and Madison counties propose to change usage fees at 10 developed boat access sites on the South Fork of the Snake River in southeast Idaho. The proposed fees will enable the agencies and partners to improve services and amenities at the sites, ensuring they remain operational for years to come. Although maintenance costs have increased, fees at the boater access sites have not changed in more than 20 years. Comments can be submitted to the BLM Upper Snake Field Office through Monday, June 7, 2021 by email to BLM_ID_South_Fork@blm.gov with the subject line “South Fork Fee Program Business Plan” or by mail to BLM, Upper Snake Field Office, 1405 Hollipark Drive, Idaho Falls, Idaho, 83401. 

Final Business Plans 

Burley Field Office Milner Historic Recreation Area and Lud Drexler Park

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Burley Field Office finalized a proposal to change usage fees at two recreation fee sites in southern Idaho. The fee changes will enable the agency to improve services and amenities at the sites, ensuring they remain operational for years to come. 

 

Nevada

Oregon/Washington

Utah

DRAFT PLANS 

Before including an address, phone number, email address, or other personally identifiable information in any comments, be aware that the entire comment - including personal identifying information - may be made publicly available at any time.  Requests to withhold personal identifying information from public review can be submitted, but the BLM cannot guarantee that it will be able to do so.       

Salt Lake Field OfficeFivemile Pass Business Plan

Kanab Field OfficeDraft Business Plan for the Kanab Field Office Campground Program

The Draft Business Plan for the Kanab Field Office Campground Program includes details about improved amenities at the Ponderosa Grove and White House Campgrounds and outlines potentially associated fees. The proposed business plan will help the BLM maintain recent site improvements and continue to provide a high level of service to visitors at both campsites. 

The deadline to provide public comments  is February 28, 2021. Public comments may be submitted via regular mail or email. If mailing comments, please send to the BLM Kanab Field Office, Attn: Daniel Gunn, 669 South Highway 89A, Kanab, UT 84741. If submitting comments via email, please send to blm_ut_kn_mail@blm.gov and include “Kanab Field Office Campground Program” in the subject line.

Thank you for your interest and input in managing your public lands.

FINAL PLANS

Cedar City Field Office

Fillmore Field Office

Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument

Moab Field Office

Monticello Field Office

Price Field Office

Richfield Field Office

Salt Lake Field Office

St. George Field Office

Vernal Field Office

New Mexico