How do feel about easements, servitudes, rights of way, land covenants, etc?
I am not against private property. I don't know why people think this.
Now do you want to argue ideology? It's complex. I do believe that people should have the ability to have a private domicile in which they are caretakers of that area, but to precurse that we would need someone to grant us that right. Rights can only come from a social contract, and one that is actually abided by. I don't believe people should have a right to do anything they want just because it is deemed "private." That's a long tangent, but it gets back to this: I think most things should be public, mainly including knowledge that benefits common man.
Now about land, I also believe a man should only be able to be a private caretaker of what we can physically protect and provide for by himself or through his family. Why? Because people care more when they have a vested interest in the land.
Bureaucracy only complicates things. Let's talk about eminent domain. How can you, and who is in charge of, determining that your property is best interest of serving the community? Communities should be in charge of determining uses for common land. I don't believe lawmakers from Lake Charles should vote on stuff that happens in the river parishes. They have no clue what goes on there. Now imagine that multiplied by the whole US. We really have issues creating laws and determining whats best.