A Long-Term Visitor Area (LTVA) pass is required to use a Bureau of Land Management (BLM) designated LTVA. A long-term visitor pass allows for continuous use of BLM LTVAs from September 15 to April 15 (a total of 7 months), while a short-term visitor pass covers any 14 consecutive day period from September 15 to April 15. The start date for a short-term visitor pass begins the day it is exchanged for a permit and decal. Once purchased, you must print and exchange your pass at one of the following locations during normal business hours to receive a valid permit and decal(s): • La Posa LTVA - Tyson Wash Contact Station: 9am – 4pm, daily • Imperial LTVA - Contact Station: 9am - 4pm, daily • Yuma Field Office: 8am – 4:30pm, Monday – Friday The permit and decal(s) are valid at all Bureau of Land Management LTVAs, which include Hot Springs, Imperial, La Posa, Midland, Mule Mountain, Pilot Knob, and Tamarisk. If you arrive after business hours, please park and set up your campsite at the LTVA, then proceed to one of the locations above the following morning to exchange your pass for a permit and decal(s). For use of LTVAs between April 16 and September 14, please visit https://www.blm.gov/visit/search/0/0/LTVA/1 Cellular service and Wi-Fi access may be limited or unavailable at long-term camping locations, depending on the location and your service provider / coverage. Passes are non-transferable, non-refundable, not replaceable if lost or stolen, and are void if altered or reproduced.