Any risk or liability resulting from the use of this product is assumed by the user.OSLI
shares no liability with product users in any direct, incidental, special,or consequential
damages whatsoever. OSLI is not responsible for claims by a third party.
The information used in this application was derived from digital databases compiled
by the Office of State Lands and Investments (OSLI). Although we strive to provide
the best data we can, these maps and other information are only as accurate as the
source of such maps and other information. Therefore, OSLI cannot and does not accept
any responsibility for any errors, omissions, or positional accuracy, and therefore,
there are no warranties, either express or implied, which accompany this application.
The maps and other information contained within this application are updated only
periodically and therefore may not reflect the most current information.
The information contained on these maps does not depict or make reference to Wyoming
Military Department Lands, Wyoming State Parks, Wyoming Game and Fish Department
Habitat Management Areas or Walk-in Areas, or other state or federal management
areas. Please contact the appropriate state or federal agency for information concerning
access to these types of lands.
Certain state lands shown on the map may be legally accessible but access or use
may be conditional. You should contact OSLI or consult the following website for
specific land closure or restriction information: http://slf-web.state.wy.us/landrestrictions/
The use of some state lands may be conditioned but may not specifically be listed
on the land restrictions website. You should contact OSLI if you have questions
about the conditional use of certain state lands.
Although information from Land Surveys may have been used in the creation of this
product, in no way does this product represent or constitute a Land Survey. Users
of the information displayed in this map service are strongly cautioned to verify
all information before making any decisions. This product is for informational purposes
and was not prepared for and is not suitable for legal, engineering, or surveying
purposes. Users of this information should review or consult the primary data and
information sources to ascertain the usability of the information.
Because OSLI undertakes every reasonable effort to assure the accuracy of the maps
and other information contained on this application, if you have information that
would indicate that this application contains errors, inaccuracies or should otherwise
be modified, please contact the GIS Team at email@example.com.
For more information about access to state lands please visit the Public Use Brochure
The State Land Access Information Application is a tool developed by OSLI
to assist users to determine if certain state lands are legally accessible. State
land is distinguishable from federal public lands for the reason that it is held
in trust and managed for the exclusive intergenerational benefit of Wyoming public
schools and other designated beneficiaries.
The Board of Land Commissioners (BLC) by and through the Office of State Lands and
Investments (OSLI) administer approximately 3.5 million acres of surface estate
and 3.9 million acres of mineral estate for the purpose of producing income to support
public schools and other State institutions and beneficiaries. State lands, generally
located in Sections 16 and 36 of each township, are scattered across the state,
however, there are many large consolidated parcels.
Under the direction of the BLC, OSLI generates revenue from state lands in a number
of ways, including but not limited to, mineral extraction, grazing leases, crop
land leases, land sales, land use permits, forest health and wildland fire management.
The BLC and OSLI encourage the public to enjoy the privilege of using state land
for hunting, fishing and other recreational purposes. However, with this privilege
comes the responsibility of using the land in a respectful manner to ensure beneficiaries
are not harmed and that future generations can continue to enjoy the same privilege.
The rules defining this privilege are simple. First and foremost, it is your responsibility
to know where you are. Anyone crossing private land to reach state land must have
the permission of the private landowner. The landowner is under no obligation to
grant such permission. No off-road vehicle use, overnight camping or open fires
are allowed. All motorized vehicles must remain on established roads. New roads
cannot be created, nor can established roads be extended by public users. Activities
that would damage state lands, roads, improvements, or lessee property interest
are prohibited. Cultivated croplands are not open to public use.