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The 2010 Florida Statutes(including Special Session A)

Title XVIII
PUBLIC LANDS AND PROPERTY
Chapter 258
STATE PARKS AND PRESERVES
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CHAPTER 258
PART I

PARKS

258.001
Park regions.
258.004
Duties of division.
258.007
Powers of division.
258.008
Prohibited activities; penalties.
258.014
Fees for use of state parks.
258.0145
Military state park fee discounts.
258.015
Citizen support organizations; use of property; audit.
258.016
Senior/disabled citizen camping permit.
258.0165
Defibrillators in state parks.
258.017
Dedication of state park lands for public use.
258.021
Power of eminent domain; procedure.
258.027
Division to take over certain functions.
258.034
State Park Trust Fund created.
258.037
Policy of division.
258.041
Cooperation of division with counties, etc.
258.08
Guide meridian and base parallel park located.
258.081
Stephen Foster State Folk Culture Center.
258.083
John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park; taking or damaging of coral prohibited.
258.09
Rauscher Park designated.
258.10
Division of Recreation and Parks to supervise and maintain Rauscher Park.
258.11
Land ceded for Royal Palm State Park; proviso.
258.12
Additional lands ceded for Royal Palm State Park.
258.14
Royal Palm State Park and endowment lands exempt from taxation.
258.15
St. Michael’s Cemetery designated a state park.
258.155
Judah P. Benjamin Memorial at Gamble Plantation Historical Site Advisory Council.
258.156
Savannas State Reserve.
258.157
Prohibited acts in Savannas State Reserve.
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