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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 4. Conservation And Natural Resources
Title 4. Conservation And Natural Resources
Agency 5. Department of Conservation And Recreation

Chapter 36.
Standard Fees for Use of Department of Conservation and Recreation Facilities, Programs, and Services
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Section 10
Section 20
Section 30
General conditions and criteria concerning waiving or deviating from established fees for facilities, programs, and services
Section 40
General conditions and criteria concerning the establishment, revision, and revocation of fees
Section 50
Parking and launch fees
Section 60
Admission fees
Section 70
Swimming fees
Section 80
Commercial and nonprofit user fees
Section 90
Camping fees
Section 100
Cabin fees
Section 110
Picnic shelters and event tents fees
Section 115
Horse arena fees
Section 120
Amphitheater and gazebo fees
Section 130
Boat storage fees
Section 140
Interpretive canoe, boat, and paddleboat fees
Section 150
Interpretive and educational tours and program fees
Section 160
Outdoor skill program fees
Section 170
Hunting fees
Section 180
State park performing arts events fees
Section 190
Environmental education center fees
Section 200
Miscellaneous rental fees
Section 210
Conference center and meeting facility fees
Section 220
Administrative and processing fees

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