In a libertarian society there is no such thing as “public” land – all land will be privately owned by individuals, corporations, or some other group.
Everyone has the right to do what they want on their own land, so long as they never break the non-aggression principle and do not otherwise lie, cheat or steal.
Pic related shows a hypothetical situation of 9 land-owners. The man in the middle owns the green block, and he is surrounded by 8 “hostiles” who refuse to let him “trespass” on their land. How can he leave his property? Is he doomed to be stuck there? Will the other property owners be obligated by the legal system to let him walk on their property to exit? If so, does that necessitate building a path on their property? Will the courts force the landowners to pay for the path on their property?
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