(1) Public entities, private persons or nonprofit organizations described under ORS 446.265 (3), timber companies and private utilities shall not establish or operate a recreation park without complying with the rules of the Department of Human Services and securing the approval of the Director of Human Services or designee but shall be exempt from the licensing requirement of ORS 446.320. The director or designee may delegate, to a health official having sufficient environmental health specialists, the authority to approve such recreation parks.
(2) ORS 446.310 to 446.350 do not apply to:
(a) Any structure designed for and occupied as a single family residence in which no more than two sleeping rooms are provided on a daily or weekly basis for the use of no more than a total of six travelers or transients at any one time for a charge or fee paid or to be paid for the rental or use of the facilities;
(b) Any temporary camping sites used solely and incidentally in the course of backpacking, hiking, horseback packing, canoeing, rafting or other expedition, unless the expedition is part of an organizational camp program; or
(c) A yurt, as defined in ORS 446.265, that is used as a living unit in transitional housing accommodations. [1969 c.533 §4; 1983 c.707 §10; 1999 c.758 §8; 2003 c.547 §113]Section: Previous 446.310 446.315 446.320 446.321 446.322 446.323 446.324 446.325 446.330 446.335 446.337 446.340 446.342 446.345 446.347 Next
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