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(a) Designated recreation reserves and waysides heretofore established and hereby confirmed as state recreation areas and state waysides together with the counties in which they are situated are listed in this section and shall hereafter be named as indicated in this section.
(b) Any land that now is or hereafter becomes tax-forfeited land and is located within the described boundaries of a state recreation area as defined by session laws is hereby withdrawn from sale and is transferred from the custody, control, and supervision of the county board of the county to the commissioner of natural resources, free from any trust in favor of the interested taxing districts. The commissioner shall execute a certificate of acceptance of the lands on behalf of the state for such purposes and transmit the same to the county auditor of the county for record as provided by law in the case of tax-forfeited land transferred to the commissioner by resolution of the county board for conservation purposes.
Belle Plaine State Wayside, Carver, Scott and Sibley Counties.
1969 c 879 s 2 subd 2(d)
Big Bog State Recreation Area, Beltrami County.
Caribou Falls State Wayside, Lake County, which is hereby renamed from Caribou Falls State Park.
Carver Rapids State Wayside, Scott County.
1969 c 879 s 2 subd 2(b)
Cuyuna Country State Recreation Area, Crow Wing County.
Repealed, 1999 c 157 s 7]
Devils Track Falls State Wayside, Cook County, which is hereby renamed from Devils Track Falls State Park.
Flood Bay State Wayside, Lake County, which is hereby renamed from Flood Bay Wayside Park.
Garden Island State Recreation Area; Lake of the Woods County.
Greenleaf Lake State Recreation Area, which is hereby renamed from Greenleaf Lake State Park.
Inspiration Peak State Wayside, Otter Tail County, which is hereby renamed from Inspiration Peak Park.
Iron Range Off-Highway Vehicle Recreation Area, St. Louis County.
Joseph R. Brown State Wayside, Renville County, which is hereby renamed from Joseph R. Brown Memorial Park.
Kodonce River State Wayside, Cook County, which is hereby renamed from Kodonce River State Park.
LaSalle Lake State Recreation Area, Hubbard County.
Lawrence State Wayside, Scott County.
1969 c 879 s 2 subd 2(c)
Minnesota Valley State Recreation Area, Hennepin, Dakota, Scott, Carver, Sibley, and Le Sueur Counties.
Red River State Recreation area, Polk County.
Ray Berglund State Wayside, Cook County, which is hereby renamed from Ray Berglund State Scenic Memorial Wayside.
Saint Croix Islands Recreation Area, Washington County, which is hereby renamed from Saint Croix Islands Scenic Reserve.
Sam Brown Memorial State Wayside, Traverse County, which is hereby renamed from Sam Brown State Park.
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