KB 1.03(3)(a)(a) Disorderly conduct. No person may engage in violent, abusive, indecent, profane, boisterous, unreasonably loud or otherwise disorderly conduct, or conduct which tends to cause or provoke a disturbance or create a breach of the peace.
KB 1.03(3)(b) (b) Evictions. The board may expel any person or persons from the reserve for violations of any state law, administrative rule or posted rules or regulations. The period of time for which a person may be expelled is 48 hours, or for the period of his or her camping permit, whichever is longer. No expelled person may return to the property before the eviction period has elapsed. Persons expelled are not eligible for unused camping or user fees. People charged with violent, assaultive or disorderly conduct may be expelled until after the case is adjudicated in court.
KB 1.03(3)(c) (c) Refuse and recyclable materials.
KB 1.03(3)(c)1.1. No person may dispose of any debris, waste or recyclable material except by placing the material in receptacles provided for those purposes.
KB 1.03(3)(c)2. 2. No person may dispose of any waste or recyclable materials in any waste or recyclable receptacles or at any location if the waste or recyclable material is generated from a permanent or seasonal residence or a business or other commercial operation.
KB 1.03(3)(d) (d) Noise. No person may operate any sound track, loud speaker, generator, chainsaw, air-conditioner or other device that produces excessive, loud or unusual noises without first obtaining a written permit from the property manager.
KB 1.03(3)(e) (e) Soliciting. No person may peddle, solicit business of any nature, distribute handbills or other advertising matter, or post unauthorized signs on any lands, structures or property on the reserve, or use such lands, structures or property for commercial operations, for soliciting or conducting business, peddling or providing services within or without such lands, structures or property unless first authorized in writing by contractual agreement with the board.
KB 1.03(3)(f) (f) Destruction of property. No person may destroy, molest, attempt to remove or remove the property of others.
KB 1.03(3)(g) (g) Metal detectors. The use of metal detectors is prohibited except by written permit issued by the property manager.
KB 1.03(3)(h) (h) Ski trails. No person may hike or snowshoe on designated cross-country ski trails when the trails are snow covered.
KB 1.03(3)(i) (i) Quiet zones. The board may establish quiet zones by posted notice. Within a quiet zone no person may operate a generator, radio, boombox, musical instrument, tape player or similar noise producing device, unless the noise is confined to the person through the use of a headset.
KB 1.03(3)(j) (j) Fireworks. No person may possess or discharge any fireworks as defined in s. 167.10 (1), Stats.
KB 1.03 History History: Cr. Register, May, 2000, No. 533, eff. 6-1-00; CR 16-031: am. (1) (c) Register July 2017 No. 739, eff. 8-1-17.
KB 1.04 KB 1.04Vehicles.
KB 1.04(1) (1)Traffic and parking.
KB 1.04(1)(a)(a) No person may operate or park any vehicle as defined in s. 340.01 (74), Stats., which is required to be registered by law on the reserve except:
KB 1.04(1)(a)1. 1. On highways as defined in s. 340.01 (22), Stats.
KB 1.04(1)(a)2. 2. In posted areas and designated river access areas.
KB 1.04(1)(a)3. 3. By permit at designated trail parking areas.
KB 1.04(1)(a)4. 4. As otherwise specifically authorized by law or administrative rule.
KB 1.04(1)(b) (b) No person may park, stop or leave standing, whether attended or unattended, any vehicle or watercraft in any of the following situations:
KB 1.04(1)(b)1. 1. In any manner as to block, obstruct or limit the use of any road, trail, waterway or winter sport facility.
KB 1.04(1)(b)2. 2. Outside of any area provided for such purposes when it is practical to use such areas.
KB 1.04(1)(b)3. 3. Contrary to posted notice.
KB 1.04(1)(c) (c) The board may cause any vehicle or watercraft in violation of par. (b) to be towed off the property and stored at the owner's expense.
KB 1.04(1)(d) (d) No person may operate a motor vehicle as defined in s. 340.01 (35), Stats., off highways and parking lots while under the influence of an intoxicant or a controlled substance or without a valid driver's license issued by this or another state or province.
KB 1.04(2) (2)Abandoned vehicles. No person may leave any vehicle unattended without prior board approval for more than 48 hours under such circumstances as to cause the vehicle to reasonably appear to have been abandoned. An abandoned vehicle shall constitute a public nuisance and be towed at owners' expense.
KB 1.04(3) (3)Vehicle and watercraft operation.
KB 1.04(3)(a)(a) No vehicle may be operated on lands and no watercraft on waters under the supervision, management or control of the board unless its use is specifically authorized by posted notice.
KB 1.04(3)(b) (b) No person may conduct or engage in snowmobile races on any lands under the supervision, management or control of the board.
KB 1.04(3)(c) (c) The board may authorize by permit persons with physical disabilities to use a motorized vehicle on the reserve as a mode of personal conveyance.
KB 1.04 History History: Cr. Register, May, 2000, No. 533, eff. 6-1-00.
KB 1.05 KB 1.05Animals.
KB 1.05(1) (1) No person may allow a dog, cat or other pet in any building under management of the board. No person may allow his or her dog, cat or other pet to interfere in any manner with the enjoyment of the area by others.
KB 1.05(2) (2) Nothing in this section shall prohibit or restrict the use of dogs for hunting purposes in any area which is open to hunting, except during the bird-nesting season, April 15 through July 31. The use of dogs for dog trials and dog training may be restricted to areas designated by the property manager through the event permit procedure.
KB 1.05(3) (3) No person may allow his or her dog, cat or other animal on any cross-country ski trail during that period of the year when those trails are covered with snow.
KB 1.05(4) (4) Dogs, cats and other pets shall be under control by leash during the bird nesting season, April 15 through July 31, and at all other times by leash, voice command, including whistles, or other physical control such as kennel or mechanical collar
KB 1.05(5) (5) Persons bringing or allowing pets, horses or mules in high use areas such as trailheads, parking lots and campsites shall be responsible for proper removal and disposal of any waste produced by their animals.
KB 1.05(6) (6) No person shall abandon pets or previously captive animals on the reserve except approved pheasant and trout stocking by the department of natural resources, or while engaged in dog trials and training under board permit and ss. NR 17.01 and 17.02.
KB 1.05(7) (7) Horses are prohibited on reserve lands except public highways and areas or trails posted for their use or by permit in field trial areas.
KB 1.05(8) (8) No person may ride a horse in a careless, negligent or reckless manner so as to endanger the life, property or persons of others on the reserve.
KB 1.05(9) (9) Notwithstanding the provisions of this chapter, service animals as defined in s. 106.52 (1) (fm), Stats., may accompany persons with disabilities.
KB 1.05 History History: Cr. Register, May, 2000, No. 533, eff. 6-1-00; correction in (9) made under s. 13.92 (4) (b) 7., Stats., Register March 2013 No. 687.
KB 1.06 KB 1.06Fires.
KB 1.06(1) (1) No person may start, tend or maintain any fire on the ground or burn any refuse except in fire rings at campsites in the reserve.
KB 1.06(2) (2) No person may leave any fire unattended, or throw away any matches, cigarettes, cigars or pipe ashes or any embers without first extinguishing them, or start, tend or use in any manner any fire contrary to posted notice on the reserve.
KB 1.06(3) (3) In the event of threat to natural resources by the presence of forest fire hazards, the board may establish emergency use and burning regulations by posted notice.
KB 1.06 History History: Cr. Register, May, 2000, No. 533, eff. 6-1-00.
KB 1.07 KB 1.07Waters — river.
KB 1.07(1) (1) The board may prohibit swimming in areas adjacent to water access sites by posted notice. No person may swim in the area delineated by the posted notice.
KB 1.07(2) (2) No person may possess any glass beverage container or other glass product while on the river or the adjacent stream bank.
KB 1.07(3) (3) Canoes and kayaks may only be launched or removed in those areas posted as designated river access sites.
KB 1.07(4) (4) No person or business shall leave a canoe or kayak overnight except at an occupied campsite.
KB 1.07 History History: Cr. Register, May, 2000, No. 533, eff. 6-1-00.
KB 1.08 KB 1.08Firearms and hunting.
KB 1.08(1) (1) Except as provided in s. 29.327 (2), Stats., no person may construct, occupy or use any elevated or ground blind or other elevated device for hunting except that portable tree stands and blinds may be used provided they are removed from the property each day at the close of hunting hours. No person may cause damage to trees by the placement or erection of portable tree stands or by any other manner while climbing or hunting from a tree.
KB 1.08(2) (2) No person may discharge any firearm or air gun while within the reserve except as follows:
KB 1.08(2)(a) (a) While engaged in hunting in accordance with the open seasons established in ss. NR 10.01 and 10.02 or in accordance with par. (c).
KB 1.08(2)(b) (b) While engaged in dog trials or training under event permit and ss. NR 17.01 and 17.02.
KB 1.08(2)(c) (c) Members of the Ho-Chunk Nation may be granted permission to harvest deer out of the state calendar season for religious feasts, funeral rites and warrior feasts as provide in s. 29.079, Stats.
KB 1.08(3) (3) Hunting and the discharge of firearms or bows and arrows is prohibited within 300 feet of the Kickapoo Reserve Visitor Center and the Kickapoo Reserve Maintenance building.
KB 1.08 History History: Cr. Register, May, 2000, No. 533, eff. 6-1-00; CR 03-108: cr. (3) Register June 2004 No. 582, eff. 7-1-04; CR 16-031: am. (2) (intro.), (b) Register July 2017 No. 739, eff. 8-1-17.
KB 1.09 KB 1.09Camping.
KB 1.09(1) (1) Primitive camping is allowed on the reserve at designated campsites and at backpack campsites by permit.
KB 1.09(2) (2) Campsites are available on a first-come first-served basis unless an area is reserved with an event permit.
KB 1.09(3) (3) A camping party shall obtain a permit prior to setting up camp, unless otherwise posted.
KB 1.09(4) (4) All camping permits begin at 3:00 p.m. of the first day, and expire at 3:00 p.m. on the last day of the permit period.
KB 1.09(5) (5) Violation of any state law or any rule of the board by a member or guest of a member of a camping party is cause for revocation of the camping permit and eviction from the property.
KB 1.09(6) (6) The board may reject or cancel camping permits when necessary to protect either campers or the natural resources.
KB 1.09(7) (7) No camping party, nor member of a camping party, shall remain for a period greater than 21 days in any 4-week period. After 21 days the camping party shall be removed from the property for at least 7 days before being eligible to return.
KB 1.09(8) (8) No more than one camping party is permitted at any campsite in the reserve. A camping party that includes persons other than family members may not exceed the posted occupancy limit.
KB 1.09(9) (9) A camping party shall pack out all refuse generated by that camping party.
KB 1.09 History History: Cr. Register, May, 2000, No. 533, eff. 6-1-00; CR 16-031: am. (8) Register July 2017 No. 739, eff. 8-1-17.
KB 1.10 KB 1.10Fees.
KB 1.10(1) (1) All users of the reserve are required to pay either annual, camping, day use or event fees except snowmobilers using that portion of the state snowmobile trail within the reserve, canoeists who are neither camping nor parking within the reserve, persons who fish, hunt or trap.
KB 1.10(2) (2) Educational groups or nonprofit organizations recognized by the internal revenue service under 26 USC 501 (c) (1) or 3 may apply for a fee waiver through forms provided by the board. The forms for a fee waiver must be received by the property manager along with proof of nonprofit status at least 7 days prior to arrival.
KB 1.10(3) (3) Camping, annual, day use and event fees are approved and published by the board no later than December 30th the year prior to which they will be in effect.
KB 1.10(4) (4) The board may enforce a penalty fee to users failing to register.
KB 1.10(5) (5) An applicant shall apply for an event permit at least 30 days prior to the event.
KB 1.10(6) (6) The board may charge participants of board sponsored events or programs a fee sufficient to cover the cost of providing the program.
KB 1.10 History History: Cr. Register, May, 2000, No. 533, eff. 6-1-00.
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