The Department of Transportation and Public Facilities may construct and maintain facilities at scenic sites, recreation beaches or roadside rests as are determined to be necessary and desirable. Facilities may include, but are not limited to, access roads, camp facilities, including picnic tables, fireplaces and toilets, camping areas or other facilities that are considered necessary and desirable for the convenience and benefit of travelers and small boat operators.
Article 08. TRAILS, FOOTPATHS, AND CAMPSITES
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