With summer camping season upon us, the Bureau of Land Management in Wyoming is reminding residents of the state’s camping regulations. Camping is limited to 14 days within a 28 day consecutive period, so campers that have been at one location for two weeks must move outside a five mile radius of that location. Camp sites on BLM lands are generally available on a first come first served basis and will include a fire ring, picnic table, and vault style toilets. However, most campsites to not have potable water so campers should bring their own supply. Campfires are allowed unless specific restrictions are in place. Those choosing to camp at a dispersed site should select a location that has already been used whenever possible. Some recreation areas are located in bear habitat so campers should store their food and trash properly. Using bear proof containers is also recommended whenever possible. Additional information is available at your local BLM office, or online.