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17 Pa. Code § 11.209. Miscellaneous activities.

§ 11.209. Miscellaneous activities.

 (a)  The following activities are prohibited without written permission of the Department:

   (1)  Engaging in construction or excavation.

   (2)  Moving, removing, damaging or defacing a Department sign, structure, facility or equipment.

   (3)  Possessing, discharging or causing to be discharged a firecracker, explosive, torpedo, rocket or other pyrotechnical material.

   (4)  Using a chain saw.

   (5)  Engaging in commercial activity.

   (6)  Posting or displaying a sign or printed matter.

   (7)  Soliciting funds.

   (8)  Removing or disturbing an historical or archeological artifact, relic or object.

   (9)  Bringing an animal, other than a pet as provided in §  11.212 (relating to pets), and other than a horse as provided in §  11.216 (relating to general recreational activity; horses; snowmobiles; all terrain vehicles; mountain bikes), into a State park.

   (10)  Storing or leaving food in a manner that is reasonably likely to attract wildlife.

 (b)  The following are prohibited:

   (1)  Failing to comply with a condition of a permit issued by the Department.

   (2)  Possessing, selling or consuming an alcoholic beverage except at specially designated facilities operated or leased by the Department.

   (3)  Causing or creating a noise which would likely annoy or disturb a reasonable person of normal sensitivities.

   (4)  Obstructing or impeding persons or vehicles.

   (5)  Subjecting persons to unwanted physical contact or unwanted verbal behavior.

   (6)  Failing to fully cover with opaque clothing one’s genitals, pubic area, buttocks and female breast below the top of the nipple.

   (7)  Using drinking fountains, springs, lakes or waterways for washing purposes.

Cross References

   This section cited in 17 Pa. Code §  11.223 (relating to violation of rules regarding conduct in State parks).

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