Hawaii Administrative Rules
Title 13 - DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES
Subtitle 6 - STATE PARKS
Chapter 146 - HAWAII STATE PARK SYSTEM
Subchapter 1 - GENERAL PROVISIONS
Section 13-146-2 - Definitions

Universal Citation: HI Admin Rules 13-146-2
Current through November, 2023

As used in this chapter unless otherwise provided:

"Abandoned property" means any and all property, including personal property, items, materials, equipment, fixtures, motor vehicles or vessels that have been left unattended on land owned or controlled by the State for a continuous period of more than twenty-four hours without the written permission of the board or its authorized representative.

"Authorized representative" means any person authorized by the board of land and natural resources to act for the board including the chairperson, deputy directors, park administrators, park superintendents, park managers, and conservation enforcement officers.

"Board" means the board of land and natural resources.

"Camper" means any person engaged in a camping activity.

"Camping" means remaining within a designated camping area during closed hours or remaining within a state park while in possession of a sleeping bag, tent, tarpaulin, or other camping paraphernalia within the state park one hour after sunset until sunrise.

"Chairperson" means the chairperson of the board of land and natural resources.

"Commercial activity" means the use of or activity in a state park for which compensation is received by any person for goods or services or both rendered to customers or participants in that use or activity. Display of merchandise, demanding or requesting gifts, money, or services, except as allowed by chapter 13-7, shall be considered commercial activity. Commercial activities include activities whose base of operations are outside the boundaries of the state park, or provide transportation to or from the state park.

"Compensation" includes, but is not limited to monetary fees, barter, or services-in-kind.

"Department" means the department of land and natural resources.

"Lodging" means cabin or shelter units available in certain parks for rental to the public as temporary living quarters.

"Motorized vehicle" means a motor vehicle of any type, including, but not limited to, automobiles, trucks, off highway vehicles such as all terrain vehicles, motorcycles, motor bikes, go-carts, motorcycles, motor scooters, mopeds, and dune buggies whether the vehicle is licensed or unlicensed.

"Nude" means uncovered post-pubertal human genitals, pubic areas, or the nipple or areola of post-pubertal human female breast.

"Picnic" means an outing with food provided by members of the group and eaten in the open.

"Premises" means any lands within the state park system.

"Recreational trailer" means a vehicle propelled by its own power or by some independent power and used as a dwelling.

"State park system" means those public lands or lands under the control and management of the division of state parks.

"Vehicle" means every device in, upon, or by which any person or property is or may be transported or drawn upon a roadway or highway, including mopeds, but excluding bicycles and devices other than bicycles moved by human power.

[Eff 4/16/09; am and comp 6/08/99; am 12/09/02; am 1/22/2010] (Auth: HRS § 184-5) (Imp: HRS §§ 171-1, 184-5)

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