§ 93.06  RESTRICTED ACTIVITIES.
   The activities in this section may be conducted within a park pursuant to the following regulations.
   (A)   Aircraft, hot air balloons and parachutes. No park visitor may use any land or body of water within a park as a starting or landing field for aircraft, hot air balloons or parachutes, without first obtaining a permit pursuant to § 93.07.
   (B)   Bicycling. It is unlawful for any park visitor to operate a bicycle except on park designated bikeways and roadways, and except as close to the right-hand side as conditions allow.
   (C)   Boating. With regard to boating, it is unlawful for any park visitor to:
      (1)   Operate any boat, canoe, kayak or other watercraft upon any water, lagoon, lake, pond or wetland within a park except at designated locations;
      (2)   Operate any motorized watercraft upon any water, lagoon, lake, pond or wetland within the city.
   (D)   Camping. It is unlawful for any park visitor to camp in a park except by permit pursuant to § 93.07.
   (E)   Fishing. It is unlawful for any park visitor to fish in a park in violation of any provision of Minn. Stat. Chapter 101, as it may be amended from time to time.
   (F)   Horseback riding. It is unlawful to ride a horse or other animal within any park without first obtaining a permit pursuant to § 93.07, or as part of an organized community event.
   (G)   Meetings, speeches, demonstrations and parades. It is unlawful for any park visitor to conduct public meetings, assemblies, entertainment activities, parades or demonstrations within a park without first obtaining a permit pursuant to § 93.07.
   (H)   Sell, solicit or carry on any business or commercial enterprise or service. It is unlawful to sell, solicit or carry on any business or commercial enterprise or service in a park without first obtaining the appropriate license or permit from the City Council pursuant to §§ 32.15 through 32.20.
   (I)   Special use. No park visitor or group may have special use of any portion or all of a park unless the visitor or group has first reserved the property with the Parks and Recreation Department and obtained a permit pursuant to § 93.07. Unless a special use permit is procured and a reservation is made, use of park property will be on a first come first served basis.
   (J)   Swimming. It is unlawful for any park visitor to wade or swim within a park or use any mattresses, inner tubes or other inflatable devices. No person, except employees of the city in the performance of their duties, may be within the enclosed area of the municipal pool after the pool has been closed for use.
   (K)   Use of loudspeaker. It is unlawful for any park visitor to use any loudspeaker or other amplifying system or device without first obtaining a permit pursuant to § 93.07.
(2001 Code, § 825.11)