inholding (plural inholdings)
- A piece of privately-owned land inside the boundary of a national park, national forest, state park, or similar publicly-owned protected area.
- 2008 May 30, Jon Hurdle, “Fight Over Land Use at Valley Forge”, in New York Times:
- Thomas M. Daly, chief executive of the American Revolution Center, called the association’s concerns about inholdings a “specious argument.”
Note that the inholder can be another government agency. Per 43 CFR Subtitle A (10-1-09 Edition) p. 527: Inholding means State-owned or privately owned land, including subsurface rights of such owners underlying public lands or a valid mining claim or other valid occupancy that is within or is effectively surrounded by one or more areas.