Use of certain ocean beaches as landing fields
Except as permitted under ORS 836.520 (Action on petition), no person shall use for a landing field for aircraft any part of the Oregon shore of the Pacific Ocean between high and low tide, commonly known as the “beach,” and which by law has been made a state recreation area, except for an emergency. [Formerly 492.780]
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