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(a) No person may promote, organize, or engage in any of the following activities in a state park without a permit:
(1) an organized or promoted assembly of more than 20 persons;
(2) any promotional or entertainment event, including an organized athletic event, competitive recreational event, or spectator event, whether or not an admission fee is charged;
(3) camping within a developed campground for longer than 15 consecutive days in a calendar year or longer than the period designated by the director for the site or area in which the camp is made;
(4) constructing or placing an improvement, structure, or property within a park, including a sign (with the exception of a state regulatory marker), fixture, shelter or cabin, personal property, road, trail, excavation, fill, or buttress;
(5) discharging explosives;
(8) using a state park for recurring or permanent motorized access, including aircraft landings and takeoffs across land or water closed to motorized use, to land not owned or controlled by the state;
(9) occupying a campsite with more than the allowed number of vehicles;
(11) any other incompatible use as defined by statute and regulation, or which does not otherwise have lawful recreation as its primary purpose.
(b) For a permit required under this section, a fee must be paid if required under 11 AAC 05.010(a) (12)(F) or (a)(12)(G). However, nothing in this section limits the department's authority to charge other applicable fees under 11 AAC 05.010.
History: Eff. 1/13/73, Register 44; am 5/11/85, Register 94; am 1/28/88, Register 105; am 7/1/89, Register 110; am 12/25/91, Register 120
Authority: AS 41.21.020
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