The part of the U.S. public domain to which title is still vested in the federal government and that is subject to appropriation, sale, or disposal under the general laws.
Includes parks and reserves held by local government or the Department of Conservation for a variety of purposes, and Crown lands and forests held by LINZ, State-owned enterprises, and licensees which are available for public recreation
Lands of the New South Wales Crown.
Provincial lands owned by the provincial government and administered under the authority of the Public Lands Act.
land owned by local, state or federal government
Land that belongs to the federal government.
land or interest in land owned by the United States and administered by the Secretary of the Interior through the BLM, except lands located on the Outer Continental Shelf and land held for the benefit of Indians, Aleuts, and Eskimos.
All state forest, national park and protected public land as defined by Section 3 of the Forest Act 1958, except that which is managed by Hancocks Victorian Plantations (or is successor in law). Forest Management
Land that is owned and controlled by a government agency (i.e., federal, state, regional, county or other municipal jurisdiction).
Land for which title and control rests with a government - Federal, state, regional, county, or municipal. ( FS People's Glossary of Eco Mgmt Terms)
land owned in common by all, represented by the government (town, county, state, or federal).
In all modern states, some land is held by central or local governments. This is called public land. The system of tenure of public land, and the terminology used, varies between countries.