The following regulations are applicable to the Kinnickinnic delta use area:
Tent camping is restricted to boaters with watercraft which are 22 feet or less in length, and do not have a cabin or cubby suitable for on-board sleeping. Tent campsites are not available to passengers of a vessel larger than 22 feet, any camping party using the lifeboat or dingy of a vessel larger than 22 feet moored elsewhere in the park, or to any camping party whose watercraft is not moored in the immediate vicinity of the campsite.
Tent camping is only permitted when department toilet facilities are provided.
When department toilet facilities are not provided, no person may moor or anchor a watercraft overnight unless equipped with a holding tank and toilet.
Kinnickinnic state park delta tent campground — camping restricted to boaters only — tents are restricted to designated campsites.
Violations of any state law, administrative code, or any posted regulations at the Peninsula state park golf course by any person is cause for revocation of the golfing privilege.
No person may scavenge golf balls on the golf course except by written permit issued by the superintendent.
Downhill skiers and snowboarders are not permitted outside of the leased area of Granite Peak ski area within Rib Mountain state park.
(11) Rock island state park.
No person may operate a motor vehicle except for motor-driven sleds, toboggans or other snowmobiles on state-owned lands in Rock Island state park.
(11m) Straight lake state park.
The following rules are established for the use of the Straight Lake state park:
No person may operate an ice auger powered by a combustion engine.
(12) Whitefish dunes state park.
No person may hike in any area other than on a trail specifically designed and signed for that purpose in the dune portion of the Whitefish Dunes state natural area in Whitefish Dunes state park unless authorized to do so in writing by the department.
(13) Yellowstone lake state park.
On the waters of Yellowstone lake in Lafayette county, no person may operate a motorboat at a speed greater than 5 miles per hour or in excess of steerage or no wake speed when within 200 feet of the shoreline, or operate any motorboat in any area where notices are posted prohibiting the operation and use of motorboats except that battery-powered electric motors may be operated in the posted areas at a slow-no-wake speed and in no case at a speed to exceed 5 miles per hour. On these waters, no person may operate a motorboat towing a person on water skis, aquaplane or similar device between the hours of 8:00 p.m. and the following 10:00 a.m. No person may leave any boat unattended whether anchored, moored or beached on the waters of Yellowstone lake or on the land within the boundaries of the Yellowstone wildlife area or Yellowstone Lake state park except within the areas designated and posted for these purposes.
On department-owned or managed lands on the Brule river in the Brule River state forest, boats or other watercraft may only be launched or removed at the following designated launching sites:
No person may possess any of the following containers on the Brule river within watercraft launched from or removed at designated launching sites specified in par. (a)
on the Brule river state forest:
Unopened or empty beverage containers that are not secured in a larger container that is fastened to the watercraft.
No person may possess glass bottles within the Flambeau River state forest boundary in the following locations:
Within watercraft launched or removed from designated launching sites on the Flambeau river.
Within watercraft launched or removed from designated launching sites on the Flambeau river. Unopened or empty beverage containers and litter shall be secured in a larger container that is fastened to the watercraft.
(15) Havenwoods state forest preserve.
The following rules and regulations are established for the use of the Havenwoods state forest preserve in Milwaukee county.
No person may drink or possess any intoxicating liquor or fermented malt beverage.
Pets are prohibited in areas designated by posted notice.
No person may enter or be within the exterior boundaries of the Havenwoods state forest preserve between the hours of 8:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. except when participating in an activity approved in advance by the property superintendent.
No person may take, catch, kill, or remove any animal or pick, collect, or remove any plant or part thereof, without a written permit issued by the property superintendent.
No person may launch or land any powered model aircraft unless done in accordance with the terms and conditions of a permit first obtained from the property superintendent.
NR 45.13(17)(a)(a) Definition.
“Richard Bong state recreation area" means that portion of township 2 north, range 20 east, town of Brighton, Kenosha county posted with department markers or signs.
1. `Hunting zone.'
All that portion of the Richard Bong state recreation area except that portion described in subd. 3.
2. `Special use zone.'
All that portion of the Richard Bong state recreation area lying south of state highway 142 posted with department markers or signs.
3. `Intensive use zone.'
All that portion of the Richard Bong state recreation area posted with department markers or signs.
Reservations shall be submitted on department forms and will be accepted no more than one year and not less than 10 days in advance of the requested date. The forms are available at the Richard Bong state recreation area headquarters.
Reservations may be made at the Richard Bong headquarters in person or by mail.
Reservations shall be approved subject to the special use zone calendar under par. (c)
Reservations shall be accepted and made on a first-come, first-served basis consistent with the special use zone calendar.
(c) Special use zone calendar.
The department shall establish and maintain an annual calendar of use for the recreational uses listed par. (d)
recognizing the priority of special uses designated in this section for the dates indicated.
(e) Picnics and camping.
Picnicking and camping incidental to a use in par. (d)
is authorized if indicated as such in the permit.
(f) Priority activities.
The following uses shall have priority on a first-come, first-served basis over all other uses during the period indicated:
Horse activities, model aircraft flying, dog training on foot, retriever trials, falconry, land sailing, hang gliding, snowmobiling, trail biking and hot air ballooning:
The first 3 weekends of January, February and August and weekends in December following the close of pheasant season,
Weekends in March, April, May (except Memorial Day weekend) and September,