Yes it does.
Example Utah. Undeveloped land has a property tax on it. the 75% of the state that is federal land has NO property tax on it. That means no money going to the counties, no money going to the state for the land. But the counties provide search and rescue for the land, provide medical care for anyone that is injured out on the land, local law enforcement also patrols the land (along with very few rangers on the federal level). Local wildlife officers enfoce state hunting laws on federal lands (Rangers have no federal hunting laws to enforce).
Then you’ve got the issues of how the land is manages. Here’s prime example a: Mountain where I live. Envrionmental wakos after several years of fires finally agreed something needed to be done to better manage the forrest. It was determined that a large percentage of tree’s needed to be removed. Great opportunity for logging – putting people to work and that.
Environmental wako’s threw a fit over that option for thinning the forrest. So what happens? Wacko’s get their way. A company was hired to go up on the mountain, cut down hundreds of thousands of tree’s. Clear cutting certain area’s where all the tree’s could be stacked up in piles. Then you know what happened? Over two years they lit the stacks on fire and burned them all.