Recreational Use Statutes

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STATEPROTECTION LOST IF A FEE IS CHARGEDENTITIES PROTECTED
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STATEPROTECTION LOST IF A FEE IS CHARGEDENTITIES PROTECTED
Alaska Yes, but fee from granting conservation easement allowed Private Interest Holders and Public Holder of Conservation Easement 
Arizona Yes, but nominal fee by public entity or nonprofit allowed Private and Public Interest Holders 
California Yes, but consideration from the state allowed Private Interest Holders. (Public Entities protected under California Government Code Section 831.7) 
Colorado Yes, but fees from lease or easment to public entity allowed Private and Public Interest Holders 
Idaho Yes, but may lease land to the state Private and Public Interest Holders 
Illinois Yes, but lease to public entity allowed Private and Public Interest Holders 
Kentucky Yes, but may lease land to state for recreational purposes Private Interest Holders 
Nevada Yes, but consideration from state allowed Private Interest Holders 
Ohio Yes Private Interest Holders 
Oregon Yes, but may transfer easment to state or receive compensation from state to allow access  Private and Public Interest Holders 
Texas No, unless total collections exceed a value 20 times the property taxes assessed Private and Public Interest Holders 
Utah Yes, but may lease land to state or political subdivision Private and Public Interest Holders 
Vermont Yes, but compensation from granting recreation use easment allowed Private Interest Holder (Public entities specifically excluded from protection) 
West Virginia Yes, but transfer of interest to public entity allowed Private Interest Holders 
Wyoming Yes, but lease to public entity allowed Private Interest Holders 
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