(1) The following are prohibited in state parks:
(a) lighting or maintaining a fire, except in fire rings or other designated areas;
(b) lighting or maintaining a fire in a manner that causes damage or threatens to cause damage to property or park resources, or otherwise creates a public safety hazard;
(c) leaving a fire unattended;
(d) throwing or discarding lighted or smoldering material in a manner that threatens or causes damage to park property or park resources, or otherwise creates a public safety hazard;
(e) departing a campsite without completely extinguishing a campfire; and
(f) possessing, lighting, or discharging any fireworks, rockets, or other type of explosives.
(2) During dry periods or periods of high fire danger, the park manager may close all or a portion of a state park to lighting or maintaining fires.