To view rules and regulations concerning the public use of land and water areas under the jurisdiction of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, click here for a copy of Title 36.
The rules and regulations for the Falls of the Ohio National Wildlife Conservation Area are under a seperate section of Title 36 that applies only to this area. Click here for a copy of Title 36, Part 331 for the Falls of the Ohio.
Each project may have, in addition to Title 36, an approved list of specific campground or day-use area rules that would also apply. Where local campground or day-use area rules are enforced, customers are provided with a copy upon check-in and may request an additional copy of the rules.
In addition to the regulations above, all applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations remain in full force and effect on project lands or waters which are outgranted by the district commander by lease, license or other written agreement. Various federal, state and local law enforcement officers (such as county sheriffs) enforce their laws and regulations. An examples of such rules and regulations are those in effect on public use lands leased out by the Corps to State Parks for management:
At Cave Run Lake, Ky., much of the lands surrounding the lake belong to the U.S. Forest Service and are subject to their rules and regulations:
U.S. Forest Service Rules and Regulations
At Corps lakes, State agencies enforce State rules and regulations regarding hunting, trapping, and fishing activities:
Indiana Division of Fish and Wildlife
Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources
ODNR, Division of Fish & Wildlife
At Corps lakes, State agencies enforce State rules and regulations regarding boating activities:
News Release: Army Corps of Engineers bans tube kiting in tri-state area (Aug. 2006)
The Louisville District Drone Policy can be found by clicking here.