Do I have surface water rights in OKR? Maybe. It depends on the history of the property. To find out if you have declared springs or other surface rights associated with your property you should read more on our general notices page.
Am I allowed to have a camper on OKR? Yes, but there are rules associated with this. You can camp on your property for up to 14 days a year without a permit. You can camp for up to 30 days consecutively with a permit and under additional conditions. Details of those conditions can be found HERE, Park County Ordinance No. 20-01.
Can I hunt on OKR? Yes, if you have the right proper education and tags for our area. To learn more about the permits required and the zones for different game, please visit this CPW Hunting website HERE.
If you suspect someone may be poaching on OKR or in the area, please contact one of our district wildlife officers:
You can also report suspicious hunting activity online at Operation Game Thief - HERE
What are the rules on fishing in the common area? Take a look at our Common Area page to learn about the limits on fishing and requirements.
What is allowed and not allowed at OKR during a Burn Ban? When Park County is in a full Burn Ban many activities commonly enjoyed while at OKR are prohibited such as target and recreational shooting, campfires, charcoal barbecues, and others. To read the full ordinance and all that is restricted and allowed click here.