36 CFR 1.6 - Permits.
(a) When authorized by regulations set forth in this chapter, the superintendent may issue a permit to authorize an otherwise prohibited or restricted activity or impose a public use limit. The activity authorized by a permit shall be consistent with applicable legislation, Federal regulations and administrative policies, and based upon a determination that public health and safety, environmental or scenic values, natural or cultural resources, scientific research, implementation of management responsibilities, proper allocation and use of facilities, or the avoidance of conflict among visitor use activities will not be adversely impacted.
(d) Unless otherwise provided for by the regulations in this chapter, the superintendent shall deny a permit that has been properly applied for only upon a determination that the designated capacity for an area or facility would be exceeded; or that one or more of the factors set forth in paragraph (a) of this section would be adversely impacted. The basis for denial shall be provided to the applicant upon request.
(e) The superintendent shall include in a permit the terms and conditions that the superintendent deems necessary to protect park resources or public safety and may also include terms or conditions established pursuant to the authority of any other section of this chapter.
(g) The following are prohibited:
(2) Violating a term or condition of a permit issued pursuant to this section.
- 36 CFR 3.3 — Am I Required to Obtain a Permit to Operate a Vessel in a Park Area?
- 36 CFR 7.13 — Yellowstone National Park.
- 36 CFR 1.5 — Closures and Public Use Limits.
- 36 CFR 7.27 — Dry Tortugas National Park.
- 36 CFR 7.23 — Badlands National Park.
- 36 CFR 7.45 — Everglades National Park.
- 36 CFR 13.1408 — Dyea.
- 36 CFR 3.19 — May I Operate a Submersible Within Park Waters?
- 36 CFR 1501.1 — Cross Reference to National Park Service Regulations.
- 36 CFR 3.12 — May I Use a Vessel to Tow a Person for Water Skiing or Other Similar Activities?
- 36 CFR 2.6 — Gathering of Plants or Plant Parts by Federally Recognized Indian Tribes.
- 36 CFR 13.482 — Subsistence Collection and Use of Animal Parts.