Approved On: May 18, 2023
Effective On: May 29, 2023
It is unlawful on Commission-owned or controlled property to:
- Camp or use any campsite more than 14 consecutive days;
- Allow a camp to remain unoccupied for more than 48 consecutive hours;
- Camp in areas other than designated camping areas;
- Cause any disturbance after 10 p.m.;
- Camp or use any campsite for more than 30 days total during a calendar year;
- Camp on Commission-owned property without a valid camping permit or a valid hunting or fishing license for each individual 16 years of age or older permit is available online only and must be present for inspection at the campsite;
- Camp during a permit hunt without first obtaining a permit for the hunt;
- Campsites not to exceed 25 persons without a Special Use Permit from the area manager which must be applied for 30 days prior to the activity, Groups of 50 or more must have the Wildlife Division Chief Approval with a 60 day notice.
- Camp at Camp Robinson SUA headquarters campsite without first obtaining a Camping Permit. Permit is available online only and must be available at the campsite;
- Camp on Hot Springs State Forest or Poison Springs WMAs without a permit from the Arkansas Dept. of Agriculture Division of Forestry;
- Camp on U of A Pine Tree Experimental Station WDA;
- Camp on USDA Forest Service Cooperative WMAs without complying with applicable Forest Service Regulations; or
- Camp on Jack Mountain without a permit from the Ross Foundation.
- Camping is restricted to 7 consecutive days per month in any of the Headquarters Campsite on Camp Robinson SUA, unless the campsite is reserved for a special event. Special event participants may camp for the term of the event, even if it is longer than 7 consecutive days.
- Camping on Maumelle River WMA is allowed in designated areas only.
- When camping with a WMA permit holder.
- Gene Rush during Elk permit hunts.
PENALTY: Class 1