N.J. Admin. Code § 7:2-2.11 - Conduct

(a) A person shall not engage in conduct or use language which disrupts, interferes with, is unduly annoying to or prevents the enjoyment or maintenance of State Park Service lands or waters by other visitors or State Park Service personnel.
(b) A person shall not harass livestock, wildlife, or animals lawfully allowed on State Park Service property.
(c) A person shall not use or operate any noise producing machine, vehicle, device, or instrument in a manner that in the judgment of the Superintendent or designee, or designated law enforcement personnel, is disturbing to other park visitors, campers or employees. In camping and overnight facilities, the hours of 10:00 P.M. to 6:00 A.M. are designated "quiet hours."
(d) A person shall not block, obstruct or interfere with vehicular or pedestrian traffic on any road, parking area, trail, walkway, pathway, or common area.
(e) A person shall not occupy or interfere with access to any structure, office, lavatory, or other facility in a manner which interferes with the intended use or maintenance of such structure or facility by visitors or employees.
(f) A person shall not use a public address system on State Park Service property without the permission of the Superintendent or designee.
(g) A person shall not smoke in areas where smoking is prohibited by posted regulations.
(h) A person shall not use threatening, abusive, boisterous, or insulting language or use indecent gestures towards another person on State Park Service property.
(i) A person shall not play a radio, television, stereophonic systems, musical instrument or other noise producing device in areas posted as "quiet zones."
(j) A person shall not play any audio device including radios, televisions, stereophonic systems or musical instruments when audible beyond their immediate vicinity to the annoyance of others. Consideration shall be given to the nature and purpose of the actor's conduct, impact on others, location and any other factor which would govern the actions of a reasonably prudent person under the circumstances.
(k) A person shall not throw stones, breakable articles or other missiles which might endanger others.
(l) A person shall not spit on walks, sidewalks, paths and structures of any type.
(m) A person shall not loiter in or about any comfort station or other public structure.
(n) A person shall not engage in fighting or other violent conduct which would threaten the well-being and tranquility of the public or State Park Service employees.
(o) A person shall not enter or remain in any State Park Service area between the daily closing and opening time as posted, except for authorized activities, which include, but are not limited to, authorized fish, game, and wildlife activities such as hunting, fishing, and trapping.
(p) No person shall, by threat, menace, or in any other manner attempt to obstruct, deter, or interfere with State Park Service employees or law enforcement personnel who are performing their duty.
(q) No person shall intentionally create a false public alarm by any action, utterance, or deed that results in public inconvenience or panic, or results in a response by emergency service personnel.


N.J. Admin. Code § 7:2-2.11
Amended by R.2007 d.155, effective 5/7/2007.
See: 38 N.J.R. 4779(a), 39 N.J.R. 1701(a).
In (c), substituted "Superintendent or designee" for "Officer-in-Charge", inserted ", campers" and "camping and" and deleted "and campsites" following "facilities"; and in (f), substituted "Superintendent or designee" for "Officer-in-Charge".
Amended by R.2014 d.031, effective 2/18/2014.
See: 44 N.J.R. 1935(a), 44 N.J.R. 2269(a), 46 N.J.R. 335(b).
Rewrote ( o); and added (p) and (q).

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