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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5001-5019.5



5001.  The Department of Parks and Recreation has control of the
state park system.



5001.1.  As used in this division, "department" means the Department
of Parks and Recreation and "director" means the Director of Parks
and Recreation.


5001.4.  The department may manage state marine reserves, state
marine parks, state marine conservation areas, state marine cultural
preservation areas, state marine recreational management areas and,
if requested by the State Water Resources Control Board, state water
quality protection areas. Department authority over units within the
state park system shall extend to units of the state MMAs system that
are managed by the department.



5001.5.  Whenever any reference is made to the state park system
with respect to a duty, power, purpose, responsibility, or
jurisdiction that can be exercised or carried out within the state
vehicular recreation areas, it shall be deemed to be also a reference
to, and to mean, the state vehicular recreation areas.



5001.6.  (a) Notwithstanding Section 5001.95, units of the state
park system may be located within, and be a part of, a state
seashore. However, the unit shall be managed in accordance with its
classification as provided in Section 5019.62.
   (b) The following state seashores are hereby established
consisting of appropriate coastal lands described in this subdivision
together with any other lands that may, from time to time, be
acquired by the state as an addition to these state seashores:
   (1) Del Norte State Seashore, consisting of lands lying between
Pyramid Point and Point Saint George, particularly lands to assure
public access to, and scenic protection of, Pyramid Point; beach and
dune lands, water-bottom and shoreline lands at Lake Earl, including
Lake Talawa, all within Del Norte County.
   (2) Clem Miller State Seashore, consisting of lands extending from
the mouth of the Eel River to Pudding Creek at Fort Bragg, and
including lands at Bear Harbor, Usal Creek, Cottoneva Creek, shore
and upland additions to Westport-Union Landing State Beach, DeHaven
Creek uplands, Ten Mile River estuary, and MacKerricher State Park,
all within Humboldt and Mendocino Counties.
   (3) Mendocino Coast State Seashore, consisting of lands extending
from Jughandle Creek to the Gualala River, and including the Pygmy
Forest Ecological Staircase, Russian Gulch State Park, Mendocino
Headlands State Park, Van Damme State Park, Greenwood Creek Beach,
Bowling Ball Beach and the Gualala River shoreline and estuary, all
within Mendocino County.
   (4) Sonoma Coast State Seashore, consisting of lands extending
from the Gualala River to Bodega Head, and including the Kruse
Rhododendron State Reserve, Salt Point State Park, Fort Ross State
Historic Park, and Sonoma Coast State Beach, all within Sonoma
County.
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State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 5001-5019.5

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5001-5019.5



5001.  The Department of Parks and Recreation has control of the
state park system.



5001.1.  As used in this division, "department" means the Department
of Parks and Recreation and "director" means the Director of Parks
and Recreation.


5001.4.  The department may manage state marine reserves, state
marine parks, state marine conservation areas, state marine cultural
preservation areas, state marine recreational management areas and,
if requested by the State Water Resources Control Board, state water
quality protection areas. Department authority over units within the
state park system shall extend to units of the state MMAs system that
are managed by the department.



5001.5.  Whenever any reference is made to the state park system
with respect to a duty, power, purpose, responsibility, or
jurisdiction that can be exercised or carried out within the state
vehicular recreation areas, it shall be deemed to be also a reference
to, and to mean, the state vehicular recreation areas.



5001.6.  (a) Notwithstanding Section 5001.95, units of the state
park system may be located within, and be a part of, a state
seashore. However, the unit shall be managed in accordance with its
classification as provided in Section 5019.62.
   (b) The following state seashores are hereby established
consisting of appropriate coastal lands described in this subdivision
together with any other lands that may, from time to time, be
acquired by the state as an addition to these state seashores:
   (1) Del Norte State Seashore, consisting of lands lying between
Pyramid Point and Point Saint George, particularly lands to assure
public access to, and scenic protection of, Pyramid Point; beach and
dune lands, water-bottom and shoreline lands at Lake Earl, including
Lake Talawa, all within Del Norte County.
   (2) Clem Miller State Seashore, consisting of lands extending from
the mouth of the Eel River to Pudding Creek at Fort Bragg, and
including lands at Bear Harbor, Usal Creek, Cottoneva Creek, shore
and upland additions to Westport-Union Landing State Beach, DeHaven
Creek uplands, Ten Mile River estuary, and MacKerricher State Park,
all within Humboldt and Mendocino Counties.
   (3) Mendocino Coast State Seashore, consisting of lands extending
from Jughandle Creek to the Gualala River, and including the Pygmy
Forest Ecological Staircase, Russian Gulch State Park, Mendocino
Headlands State Park, Van Damme State Park, Greenwood Creek Beach,
Bowling Ball Beach and the Gualala River shoreline and estuary, all
within Mendocino County.
   (4) Sonoma Coast State Seashore, consisting of lands extending
from the Gualala River to Bodega Head, and including the Kruse
Rhododendron State Reserve, Salt Point State Park, Fort Ross State
Historic Park, and Sonoma Coast State Beach, all within Sonoma
County.
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Statutes > California > Prc > 5001-5019.5

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5001-5019.5



5001.  The Department of Parks and Recreation has control of the
state park system.



5001.1.  As used in this division, "department" means the Department
of Parks and Recreation and "director" means the Director of Parks
and Recreation.


5001.4.  The department may manage state marine reserves, state
marine parks, state marine conservation areas, state marine cultural
preservation areas, state marine recreational management areas and,
if requested by the State Water Resources Control Board, state water
quality protection areas. Department authority over units within the
state park system shall extend to units of the state MMAs system that
are managed by the department.



5001.5.  Whenever any reference is made to the state park system
with respect to a duty, power, purpose, responsibility, or
jurisdiction that can be exercised or carried out within the state
vehicular recreation areas, it shall be deemed to be also a reference
to, and to mean, the state vehicular recreation areas.



5001.6.  (a) Notwithstanding Section 5001.95, units of the state
park system may be located within, and be a part of, a state
seashore. However, the unit shall be managed in accordance with its
classification as provided in Section 5019.62.
   (b) The following state seashores are hereby established
consisting of appropriate coastal lands described in this subdivision
together with any other lands that may, from time to time, be
acquired by the state as an addition to these state seashores:
   (1) Del Norte State Seashore, consisting of lands lying between
Pyramid Point and Point Saint George, particularly lands to assure
public access to, and scenic protection of, Pyramid Point; beach and
dune lands, water-bottom and shoreline lands at Lake Earl, including
Lake Talawa, all within Del Norte County.
   (2) Clem Miller State Seashore, consisting of lands extending from
the mouth of the Eel River to Pudding Creek at Fort Bragg, and
including lands at Bear Harbor, Usal Creek, Cottoneva Creek, shore
and upland additions to Westport-Union Landing State Beach, DeHaven
Creek uplands, Ten Mile River estuary, and MacKerricher State Park,
all within Humboldt and Mendocino Counties.
   (3) Mendocino Coast State Seashore, consisting of lands extending
from Jughandle Creek to the Gualala River, and including the Pygmy
Forest Ecological Staircase, Russian Gulch State Park, Mendocino
Headlands State Park, Van Damme State Park, Greenwood Creek Beach,
Bowling Ball Beach and the Gualala River shoreline and estuary, all
within Mendocino County.
   (4) Sonoma Coast State Seashore, consisting of lands extending
from the Gualala River to Bodega Head, and including the Kruse
Rhododendron State Reserve, Salt Point State Park, Fort Ross State
Historic Park, and Sonoma Coast State Beach, all within Sonoma
County.
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