Geocaching and the placement of geocaches is permitted on most Forest Society reservations, but cache locations and types must be pre-approved by the Reservation Stewardship Department to avoid unnecessary damage to cultural and natural resources.
Recreational/treasure hunting use of metal detectors on Forest Society property is prohibited. The only use of metal detectors that is allowed is limited to academic research, with those activities guided and controlled by a written Memorandum of Understanding document.
Non-motorized bicycle use is permitted on most Forest Society reservations, but is confined to woods roads that can support local and occasional bicycle use. It is strongly encouraged that mountain bikes not be used during mud seasons. Bicycles are not permitted on hiking trails or off-trail/off-road.
Yes, hunting consistent with state law is allowed on all Forest Society reservations unless explicitly posted otherwise. You do not need to ask permission to hunt on a reservation. Temporary tree stands which attach to a tree without damaging it in any way are also permitted.