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6100.3500 USE OF CAMPING AND REST AREAS.

Subpart 1.

Camping.

Camping:

A.

Overnight camping is restricted to designated camping areas.

B.

The duration of the stay of any person at said areas shall be no more than two consecutive nights except where otherwise posted.

C.

A fee may be prescribed by order of the commissioner for use of the camping areas and facilities, and if such a fee is prescribed, it shall be paid before the area or facility is used.

D.

There shall be no digging or trenching within the camping or rest areas.

E.

No persons or group of persons shall unreasonably exclude others from campgrounds or rest areas.

Subp. 2.

Fires.

It is unlawful to build a fire within a trail except in a fireplace or a fire ring provided for that purpose. However, portable gas or liquid fueled camp stoves may be used within a camping or rest area if such use does not create a hazard or danger to the trail or to others.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 84.03; 84.86

Published Electronically:

June 11, 2008