§ 36.09  PARKING.
   (A)   Designated areas.  No person in a park shall park a vehicle in other than an established or designated parking area, and such use shall be in accordance with the posted directions thereat and with the instructions of any attendant who may be present.
   (B)   Immovable vehicles.  Except in designated campsites and parking areas, no person in a park shall leave any vehicle anywhere in the park with one (1) or more wheels chained, or with motor set in gears and doors locked, or in any manner fixed or arranged so that such vehicle cannot readily be moved by hand.
   (C)   Night parking. No person in a park shall leave any vehicle standing or parked at night without lights clearly visible for at least two hundred (200) feet from both front and rear on any driveway or road area, except designated parking areas, or campsites.
   (D)   Emergency procedure.  No person in a park shall fail to immediately notify an attendant of an emergency in the nature of a breakdown requiring the assistance of a tow truck, mechanic or other person.
   (E)   Double parking.  No person in a park shall double park any vehicle on any road or parkway unless directed by a park official.
   (F)   Muffler required.  No person in a park shall fail to use a muffler adequate to deaden the sound of the engine in a motor vehicle.
('74 Code, § 17-41(f))  (Ord. 75-16, passed 7-3-75)