Subject says it all. Can I bring a bottle of wine to enjoy at Fort McHenry? I can't seem to find anything about it on the National Park Service website.
people, this is why the Good Lord invented flasks and sippy cups. a friend's mom always kept a bottle labeled "Ernest Lazlo Scalp Treatment" in the glove compartment for exactly this reason.
Hill food. This is why I was asking. NOT being allowed wasn't going to stop me. I just wanted to know how much discretion was needed.
hotel, in my estimation, discretion is never a bad idea until otherwise informed. (god I'm going to hell fast) even if it's legal, one doesn't always want everyone knowing ones business.
nothing on fort mchenry's site says anything about alcohol -- at least that i could find. i was surprised, too.
I am fairly certain alcohol is prohibited at National Parks
unless an approved vendor is selling it, like those kiosks on the Mall.
Laws vary by national park. Call them to verify.
Some absolutely do allow alcohol (like Assateague National Seashore).
Not anymore without buying a permit:http://www.oceancitytoday.net/news/20...
That's the state park, not the federal one (which, incidently is why you should always camp at the national park!).
Wolftrap is a national park and we just enjoyed a lovely Viognier with Willy Nelson:) We have brought our own wine to the sculpture garden on jazz Fridays. My point is there is no standard. I'd call and then go from there.
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