(a) The director in consultation with the forestry director shall establish a two-year
pilot project permitting all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) and off-highway recreational
vehicles (ORVs) to drive on roads and trails in Cabwaylingo State Forest, as designated
and approved by the director. The director may establish special seasons and designate certain campgrounds and
tent sites for ATV and ORV users in the forest.
(b) The director in consultation with the forestry director may establish a special
permit for purchase by the ATV and ORV users for road and trail access, and may close
any areas, or parts thereof, to public use. Should the director establish such a special permit, it shall be unlawful, at any
time, to operate an ATV or ORV on any roads and trails in Cabwaylingo State Forest
without the special permit.
(c) The provisions of § 20-15-1 et seq. of this code apply to the division, participants, outfitters, and licensees of the Cabwaylingo
Pilot Project, though ORVs may be permitted.
(d) At the conclusion of the two-year pilot project, the Legislative Auditor shall
review the pilot project and file a report with the Joint Committee on Government
(e) The Director of the Division of Natural Resources shall have authority to promulgate
emergency legislative rules and legislative rules necessary to effectuate the provisions
of this section.
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