The department and the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities shall jointly select sites of ten acres or less for their historic or scenic value, or for recreation beaches along waterways, roadside rests for travelers resting, camping, or parking, and determine what facilities are necessary or desirable at these sites. Selection of the sites for roadside rests and recreation beaches shall be based upon the flow of traffic and distances to and between facilities otherwise provided. Insofar as possible, sites shall be located on, or adjacent to, highway rights-of-way and small boat waterways. The department may acquire the sites jointly selected by grant, gift, purchase, lease, dedication, or prescription and hold them in the name of the state.
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