There are about 15 million acres of landlocked public land in the United States, places we all own but can’t get to. There are thousands of miles of streams that we can’t get to or can’t legally wade.
We’re actively searching for ways to increase public access, but we need your help to pull it off. There is no situation too small or too big, and no area too urban or too rural. As presidential hopeful Steven Rinella says, “This will be a win for every hunter, angler, and lover of wild places. Across the country, more spots will be available for you to get out in the woods and do what you love.”
From boat ramps to campsites, and trailheads to subdivision footpaths, we want to improve outdoor recreation for everyone. As long as the project provides more access, we’ll consider it for our initiative.