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23-952. Cross-country skiing facility — Licensing even if outside corporate limits of city. Nothing contained in law shall prohibit the issuance of a license to the owner, operator or lessee of an actual cross-country skiing facility if situated five (5) or more miles outside the corporate limits of a city. The provisions of section 23-910, Idaho Code, shall be applicable to licenses issued pursuant to this section. For the purposes of this section, a cross-country skiing facility shall comprise real property, open to the public, with not less than fifteen (15) miles of groomed cross-country skiing trails, and overnight accommodations for not less than twenty (20) persons. The fees for licenses granted under the provisions of this section shall be the same as those prescribed for golf courses as set forth in section 23-904, Idaho Code. Not more than one (1) licensed premises shall be permitted on any cross-country skiing facility or within the area comprising the facility.
[23-952, added 1987, ch. 32, sec. 3, p. 54.]
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