SEC. 7-301.  PROHIBITED ACTIVITIES.
   The following activities are prohibited at Ormond Beach:
   (A)   To bring, walk (whether leashed or unleashed), ride or release any domesticated animal including but not limited to cats, dogs, horses and pigs. This limitation shall not apply to a leashed dog being used as a service animal under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
   (B)   To bring or release any non-domesticated or exotic animal. This prohibition shall not apply to the legally permitted release of rehabilitated wildlife, subject to the permission of the property owners.
   (C)   To go within or interfere with any protected habitat area as designated by fencing, signage, or other method.
   (D)   To alter or remove any sand dune, plants or vegetation unless the activity is carried out pursuant to a validly issued permit and applicable legal requirements.
   (E)   To camp as defined below:
      (1)   CAMP - means one or more of the following activities: pitching or occupying camp facilities; or the use of camp paraphernalia. These activities constitute camping when it reasonably appears, in considering all the circumstances, that the individual, in conducting these activities, is in fact using the area as a living accommodation, regardless of the intent of the individual or the nature of any other activities in which they may be engaging.
      (2)   “Camp facilities” include, but are not limited to, tents, huts, temporary shelters, or other similar facilities.
      (3)   “Camp paraphernalia” includes, but is not limited to, tarpaulins, cots, beds, mattresses, sleeping bags, hammocks, cookware, cooking equipment, kitchen utensils, or other similar equipment.
   (F)   To make or kindle a fire for any purpose.
   (G)   To operate any motorized vehicle. This prohibition shall include and apply to remotely operated vehicles such as airplanes, helicopters, cars and drones. This prohibition shall not apply to public safety vehicles (including Coast Guard vehicles), military aerial vehicles, or vehicles used as part of a permitted program or operation to protect natural resources.
   (H)   To launch or fly a kite, kite board, or glider.
(Ord. No. 2906)