No person may destroy,
molest, deface, remove or attempt to remove any natural growth, rocks,
minerals, fossils or a natural or archaeological feature except as follows:
1. Edible fruits, nuts, wild mushrooms,
dogwood and willow limbs, and wild asparagus may be removed without a permit
for non-commercial use.
downed wood may be collected and used for campfires at designated campsites
unless prohibited by posted notice.
3. Tenants on lands covered by agriculture
lease agreements may utilize the leased land as provided under the terms of the
4. Members of the
Ho-Chunk Nation may obtain special permits to harvest plants for ceremonial,
medicinal, or religious purposes if approved by the traditional court or clan
elders and the department of natural resources.
(b) The board may close, by posted notice,
any land, structure or property on the reserve. No person may enter or be in
any building, installation or area on the reserve that may be locked or closed
to public use or contrary to posted notice without a written permit from the
(c) A group may
reserve an area for an event through application to the property manager.
Reservations are restricted to groups of 11 or more individuals. The property
manager may deny permits to groups hosting activities that do not meet the
objective of the reserve identified in s. 41.41, Stats., or this
(d) Approved recreational
uses include archery events, bicycling on designated trails, bird watching, non
motorized boating, camping, canoeing, cross-country skiing, dog sledding, dog
training, dog trials, falconry, fishing, foot racing, hiking, horseback riding
on designated trails, hunting, in line skating on paved trails, inner tubing,
kayaking, nature study, photography, arts and crafts, sleigh riding on
designated trails, snowmobiling on designated trails, ski-joring on designated
trails, trapping and other recreation activities as approved by the
(2) HOURS OF
OPERATION. The board may designate and post hours of operation for buildings
and areas within the reserve.
conduct. No person may engage in violent, abusive, indecent, profane,
boisterous, unreasonably loud or otherwise disorderly conduct, or conduct which
tends to cause or provoke a disturbance or create a breach of the
Evictions. The board may expel any person or persons from the
reserve for violations of any state law, administrative rule or posted rules or
regulations. The period of time for which a person may be expelled is 48 hours,
or for the period of his or her camping permit, whichever is longer. No
expelled person may return to the property before the eviction period has
elapsed. Persons expelled are not eligible for unused camping or user fees.
People charged with violent, assaultive or disorderly conduct may be expelled
until after the case is adjudicated in court.
Refuse and recyclable
1. No person may dispose
of any debris, waste or recyclable material except by placing the material in
receptacles provided for those purposes.
2. No person may dispose of any waste or
recyclable materials in any waste or recyclable receptacles or at any location
if the waste or recyclable material is generated from a permanent or seasonal
residence or a business or other commercial operation.
Noise. No person may
operate any sound track, loud speaker, generator, chainsaw, air-conditioner or
other device that produces excessive, loud or unusual noises without first
obtaining a written permit from the property manager.
Soliciting. No person
may peddle, solicit business of any nature, distribute handbills or other
advertising matter, or post unauthorized signs on any lands, structures or
property on the reserve, or use such lands, structures or property for
commercial operations, for soliciting or conducting business, peddling or
providing services within or without such lands, structures or property unless
first authorized in writing by contractual agreement with the board.
Destruction of property.
No person may destroy, molest, attempt to remove or remove the property of
detectors. The use of metal detectors is prohibited except by written
permit issued by the property manager.
Ski trails. No person
may hike or snowshoe on designated cross-country ski trails when the trails are
zones. The board may establish quiet zones by posted notice. Within a
quiet zone no person may operate a generator, radio, boombox, musical
instrument, tape player or similar noise producing device, unless the noise is
confined to the person through the use of a headset.
Fireworks. No person may
possess or discharge any fireworks as defined in s. 167.10(1),