Labyrinth Canyon resides in a patchwork of public and private lands. For the most part, it is managed jointly by the US Bureau of Land Management and the Utah State Division of Lands and Forestry.
If you put-in at the Green River State Park in Utah, the first 20 miles or so will be floating through pastoral high desert often used as rangeland or for mining and gas exploration. Camping is far and few between in this section of the river. You should be very careful that you aren’t camping on private land here. It can be difficult to tell.
The river itself through Labyrinth Canyon is managed by the Bureau of Land Management. The take-out for Labyrinth Canyon resides just upstream of the Canyonlands National Park boundary.
Permits are self-issued. You simply print the permit and bring it with you on the river. How awesome is that?
The Bureau of Land Management river trip guidelines mirror those specified by the National Park Service. You must abide by all the regulations discussed in the permit when floating Labyrinth. Please help keep this special place clean and pristine for future visitors.