Last Update: 4/20/16

Chapter 352-32 WAC

PUBLIC USE OF STATE PARK AREAS

WAC Sections

Definitions.
Feeding wildlife.
Dress standards.
Camping.
Environmental learning centers (ELCs).
Picnicking.
Reservations for use of designated group facilities.
Special recreation event permit.
Park periods.
Park capacities.
Peace and quiet.
Disturbances.
Pets.
Use of horses, llamas, sled dogs or similar animals for recreation.
Use of nonmotorized cycles or similar devices.
Swimming.
Technical rock climbing.
Games or activities.
Squak Mountain State ParkNatural areaProhibited uses.
Disrobing.
Tents, etc., on beaches.
Firearms.
Other weapons.
Fires and campfires.
Aircraft.
Fireworks.
Fishing.
Little Spokane River natural areaProhibited uses.
Lakes located wholly within state parks boundariesInternal combustion engines prohibited.
Lakes located partially within state park boundariesInternal combustion engines prohibited.
Public assemblies, meetings.
Rubbish.
Water.
Sanitation.
Solicitation.
Expulsion from state park areas.
Consumption of alcohol in state park areas.
Compliance with signs.
Intoxication in state park areas.
Food and beverage containers on swimming beaches.
Use of metal detectors in state parks.
Geocache.
Nondiscrimination certification.
Standard fees charged.
Fort Worden reservations and fees.
Limited income senior citizen, disability, and disabled veteran passes.
Off-season senior citizen passFee.
Foster parent program.
Self-registration.
Sno-park display.
Sno-park permitFees.
Applicability of standard fees.
Applicability of standard fees to volunteers in parks.
Wood debris collection.
Land exchangeFee.
Easement, franchise, license, and special use permit applications and fees.
Penalties.
Severability.
Commercial recreation providersPermits.
Approval of community-based park improvementsPolicies.
Seaweed harvest.
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