(1) A special use permit is required for special events, noncommercial activities, or groups with more than 30 persons.
(2) A special use permit may be required for groups of 30 or fewer people based on management or resource protection objectives for a site, special rules or regulations, or other determining factors.
(3) Reservable facilities such as shelters, pavilions, amphitheaters, meeting rooms, or other park facilities or areas may be reserved, subject to availability and approval by staff.
(a) Reservations must be made within the established reservation window.
(b) Reservations may be denied or canceled by the park manager to address public safety or resource protection concerns.
(c) When using a reservable facility, the confirmed reservation will serve as the special use permit.
(d) If not reserved, facilities are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
(4) All participants of events and activities authorized by a reservation and/or special use permit must comply with the terms and conditions of the reservation or permit.