The US National Forest service enters into leases with individuals that entitle the lease holder to use National Forest land for some explicitly outlined purpose. These leases are called special-use authorizations and you can read about them here. Examples of these authorizations or leases include many large ski resorts, 14,000 or so cabins that are part of the Forest Service "Cabin Program", and many others.
My question is, are the terms of existing authorizations (permits, term permits, leases, easements) available to the public? If I want to see how much a certain ski resort pays the US Forest Service for use of their land and for how long they have secured rights to that land, can I look that information up somewhere? If not, then is this the type of the thing that would be subject to a FOIA request?