US Forest officials are asking for the public's thoughts as they make changes to their travel management system.
District Ranger Tim Buskirk says they're thinking about opening more access roads in the McKelvie National Forest and Bessey Ranger District.
He says the changes would let visitors drive to parts of the forest that aren't accessible by vehicle now.
"All types of recreation, hunting, getting to the little fishing ponds, even the people coming out bird watching and looking at wildflowers - it's just to get them a little more access to the different parts of the forest without having to walk," says Buskirk.
Buskirk says they'll be taking written or emailed comments until April 14th.
The forest service will make final decisions this fall and publish new maps next spring.
"It's just great having these public meetings in all different parts of the state, raising awareness of the national forests in Nebraska," says Buskirk.