What is a Primitive Camping Permit?

Primitive camping permits are essentially permits that allow camping for only 10 days.

However, the word “permit” can be confusing to most people, and in most states you must get a permit before you can camp.

While you can legally use primitive camping permits at campsites, you can’t use them at carparks, picnic areas, or anywhere else where a permit is required.

For example, you cannot camp on the porch of a building where you can only use a primitive camping permit.

If you need to camp outside a public park or at a picnic area, you’ll need to get a proper permit from the appropriate authority.

To get a primitive permit, you must apply online, fill out a short form, and bring your camping gear along with you.

You’ll need a $25 application fee, which can be waived for veterans, military spouses, and those who qualify for free or reduced-price campgrounds.

Primitive permits are issued by state and local agencies, but most are issued online.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s website lists the following information about primitive permits: Primitive permit fees: $20 per person, per day Primitive campground fee: $5 per person per day per permit type Primitive campsite fee: Non-resident campers are exempt from the campground fees