32 CFR Appendix C to Subpart M of Part 552 - Authorized Activities for Maneuver Training Area Access

Appendix C to Subpart M of Part 552 - Authorized Activities for Maneuver Training Area Access

1. Fort Lewis:

Military Training (FL Reg 350-30)
DEH or Corps of Engineers Real Estate Agreement for commercial use (AR 405-80)
Installation service and maintenance (AR 420-74, FL Reg 350-30)

Non-DoD personnel in transit on public-access routes (appendix B) non-commercial recreational use:

Hunting, fishing and trapping (FL Reg 215-1)
Dog training (not allowed 1 April through 31 July in selected areas per FL Reg 215-1)
Horseback riding on roads and vehicle tracks
Walking, distance running
Model airplane and rocket flying (Range Control scheduling and Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) required)
Model boating
Orienteering
Sport parachuting
Organized rifle and pistol competition (Range Control scheduling required)
Scout activities and weekend camporees
Observation of wildlife and vegetation
Non-commercial picking of ferns, mushrooms, blackberries, apples and other vegetation
Photography
Hiking

2. Yakima Training Center:

Military Training (FL Reg 350-31)
DEH or Corps of Engineers Real Estate Agreement for commercial use (AR 405-80)
Installation service and maintenance (AR 420-74)

Non-Commercial recreational use:

Hunting, fishing and trapping (FL Reg 215-1)
Dog training
Horseback riding on roads and vehicle tracks
Walking, distance running
Model airplane and rocket flying (Range Control scheduling and Notice to Airmen (NOTAM required)
Orienteering
Sport parachuting
Organized rifle and pistol competition (Range Control scheduling required)
Scout activities
Observation of wildlife and vegetation
Photography
Hiking
Camping, per Paragraph 6

3. Camp Bonneville:

Military Training (FL Reg 350-32)
DEH or Corps of Engineers Real Estate Agreement for commercial use (AR 405-80)
Installation service and maintenance (AR 420-74)

Non-Commercial recreational use:

Hunting, fishing and trapping (FL Reg 215-1)
Dog training
Horseback riding on roads and vehicle tracks
Walking, distance running
Model boating
Orienteering
Organized rifle and pistol competition (Range Control scheduling required)
Scout activities and weekend camporees
Observation of wildlife and vegetation
Non-commercial picking of ferns, mushrooms, blackberries, apples and other vegetation
Photography
Hiking
Note:

Permit holders for the above activities must certify that they are non-commercial and not for profit.