2005 Washington Revised Code RCW 79A.05.665: Land adjoining national wildlife refuges and state parks — Pedestrian use — Exception.

    Recreation management plans shall, upon request of the commission, reserve on a permanent, seasonal, or temporary basis, land adjoining national wildlife refuges and state parks for pedestrian use. After a plan is approved, the commission may require local jurisdictions to adopt amendments to the plan governing driving on land adjoining wildlife refuges and state parks. Land reserved for pedestrian use under this section for at least the period from April 15th through the day following Labor Day of each year shall be included when determining compliance with the requirements of RCW 79A.05.650.

    [2000 c 11 § 56; 1988 c 75 § 7. Formerly RCW 43.51.725.]

Notes:
         Effective date -- 1988 c 75: See note following RCW 79A.05.635.

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