No. Not "your" land. But if you lease it then it's not "your" land. I tried to lease a piece last year. The other landowner was fine with the property owner gaining access thru his property. He was not ok with any other individual coming thru.
It'll also depend on how willing the actual landowner is to go to court for you. I leased some land from Rayonier a few years ago and traveled the road instructed by our resource manager. It only crossed about 200 yards on the edge of a man's private ground and while Rayonier had it in their paperwork they can travel the land to and fro, It doesn't extend to those who lease the land. I asked the manager how was this possible and he just said it wasn't worth the legal battle and gave me a full refund.
Basically the land becomes landlocked unless it's leased by someone owning adjoining property or a helicopter pilot.
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