RMS wants your club to have a safe and enjoyable time while using the lands we manage. We also expect you to promote the forest stewardship objectives of our company, conduct your activities in a safe and responsible manner, and maintain good relations with neighboring landowners. RMS has developed a "Good Neighbor Code of Ethics" for all that wish to hunt, fish or otherwise recreation on RMS managed lands.
Good Neighbor Code of Ethics
Safety is the highest priority for all activities.  Each member and guest is expected to act in a safe manner at all times and is encouraged to complete training in hunter safety.

Demonstrate your respect for the property rights of others. Make an effort to meet neighboring landowners and develop good relationships. Promptly address and resolve concerns with neighbors and others in the community. Always obtain permission before going onto a neighbors property. The privilege of using RMS managed lands ends at the property lines.
The Chairman/President of each club is expected to act as your representative in issues that may arise with your neighbors, in communicating issues or concerns to RMS. To improve local communication, provide your neighbors with the name and phone number of your club chairman.
You are an ambassador for the future of hunting. Always consider how others will view your activities. Do not hunt, display, or discharge firearms in a careless manner or in close proximity to any occupied residence, residental area, school, church or place of business. Never hunt or erect stands within 150 FEET of any public right of way or neighboring property. Never discharge a firearm from or across any public right of way.
All hunting and fishing activities should be conducted in an ethical manner. Hunters are the minority in an increasingly urban society comprised mostly of nonhunters. Avoid public displays of harvested game. Dispose of carcasses in a responsible manner.
Keep your campsite and lands licensed free from garbage and litter. And in compliance with company requirements, and local and state and federal regulations. Promptly remove and properly dispose of abandoned camps, appliances, abandoned stands and other refuse. Dumping or littering is expressly prohibited. You should periodically inspect and remove all trash and litter you find.
Alcohol and hunting do not mix. Hunting and fishing while under the influence of alcohol or drugs of any kind is a violation of your license and will result in forfeiture of that privilege.
Develop and maintain a good relationship with local conservation and law enforcement officers. Know who to contact and what steps to take in case of a medical or other emergency.Prepare for an emergency before it happens.
Recreation on RMS managed land is a privilege. All members and guest are expected to conduct their activities accordingly.
RMS Camp and Property Rules
Hunting campsite- a temporary campsite on which one or more temporary camp structures can be located as more particulary described herein. All personal property used for camping will be removed after each visit.
Seasonal campsite - a semi-permanent campsite used only from September 1st through January 31st on which one or more temporary camp structure can be located. Personal camp property may be left on the seasonal campsite during the use period but all such personal property must be removed by January 31st. Any camping structure left between February 1st and August 31st must pay a $200.00 camping structure fee.
Permanent campsite - a permanent campsite that can be used year round on which one or more temporary structures can be located. LICENSEE may leave personal camp property on permanent campsite during terms of the license. The cost is $200.00 dollars per camping structure.
Limitations Upon Use of Campsite  LICENSEE shall use the campsite for hunting purposes consistent with the agreement. The campsite shall be maintained soley by LICENSEE's expense in a clean, orderly, healthful and attractive condition subject at all times to inspection of LICENSOR. LICENSEE shall not use campsite or any improvements for any reason not specifically authorized, including but not limited:
A. To place any permanent structure on the property;
B. To place any mobile home, manufactured home, modular home, prefabricated temporary building, or other structure brought into property of a permanent or semi-permanent residence;
C. For a permanent or semi-permanent residence;
D. For a temporary residence for anyone not a member or guest of LICENSEE;
E. For any utility service of anykind whatsoever that requires granting of a right of way to the utility. Neither LICENSOR nor LICENSEE shall grant any utility right of way.  LICENSEE  shall have the right to contact utility company pole with the permission of and under any conditions imposed by utility in an existing right of way located in campsite area LICENSEE shall be fully responsible for all utilities and risks associated therewith.
E. By pouring, bringing in or creating concrete slabs or similar structures or improvements;
G. For polyethlene plastic, tar paper, paper mill felt or any material not approved in writting by LICENSOR;
H. To affix any object with nails/fasteners or other devices attached to trees.
Vehicles and Trailers. All vechiles of any type or kind including automobiles, trucks trailers or other vehicles utilized or located upon campsite at any time shall be state licensed and registered, fully operational and capable of immediate removal upon notice.
Flammables.  No gasoline, charcoal starter, oils or other flammables shall be stored at the campsite except for immediate temporary used associated with hunting or recreation as authorized by agreement. No such materials shall be stored at the campsite at any time when the campsite is not being used by LICENSEE.
Protection of Property
LICENSEE will assume responsibilty to pay for any trees or other forest products that may be cut, used, damanged or removed from the lands by LICENSEE or its guest. LICEENSEE is not granted any license to cut or remove any trees or timber without written permission of LICENSOR.
LICENSEE shall not dispose of any trash, garbage, waste, refuse or chemicals upon the lands.