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Planned permit change for Desolation/Gray: The BLM requests public input by November 10, 2012The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Price Field Office is announcing a 30-day opportunity for the public to provide input on proposed changes to its river permitting system for the Desolation and Gray Canyons of the Green River. The proposal would convert the existing permitting system for private boaters from a first-come, first-serve call-in reservation process, to an online lottery reservation process on the Recreation.gov. If the proposal is approved, private river permit lottery applications for the 2013 season would be accepted between December 1, 2012 and January 31, 2013. Read on.
It's time to apply for river permits. Get the current info here!
To provide a quality experience and to protect fragile river resources, managers have designed and implemented permit systems on several of our more popular rivers. While this means that you may not get on your favorite river as often, when you do, it will be an experience to remember for a lifetime. The rivers listed below are those that have limited permits available. As always, you should contact the managing agency to confirm that permit information posted here is up-to-date.
Some rivers have human waste pack-out requirements. Click here for a list of North American rivers with this requirement, and see Better Boater Bathrooms for details for specific rivers, and a list of human waste pack out systems and products.
There are many other rivers that require a permit and are not listed here: they either do not have user limits at this time, or the permits are easy to obtain by visiting the river management office during business hours.
[This is current as of February 2, 2013]
RMS thanks volunteer Lisa Byers for updating this reference for 2013!