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Flying In National Parks
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Dragonrider
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I realize the members of this forum are from around the world but for those of you who live in the United States, I was wondering if anyone has any experience flying in State or National Parks?  I do not have my Phantom Vision 2+ yet but I will in the near future.  Next summer I want to do some flying in both State and National parks.  Do you know if I will have any issues?

Thanks!
2014-10-24
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T J Gilbert
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Flight distance : 74659 ft
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http://www.washingtonpost.com/ne ... -all-national-parks
2014-10-24
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finlayson
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As the previous poster noted, 'drones' are banned in all parks run by the National Park Service - which means all National Parks, and most National Monuments.  However, they're still legal in many State Parks (depending on the State), and most BLM lands.
2014-10-24
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shlepr
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Not entirely true. Valley Forge park has a flying field maintained by an R/C club. However, if you have an AMA card and go to the main desk at the park, they can issue you a one day pass to fly at the field.
2014-10-26
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