Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) and Drones Use
In an effort to balance public safety, privacy concerns, view-shed and sound-shed protection, and FAA rules and regulations with the popular recreational use of drones or other types of unmanned aerial systems (UAS), the Bureau of State Parks recently implemented a new management policy.
The bureau permits drone and other UAS use at six designated flying sites within the following state parks.
Drone and UAS operators need to contact the park office of the flying site that they plan to visit to ensure compliance with all rules and regulations. Please be advised that the entire park at each of these locations is not open to UAS or drone usage. Only the designated flying site within each park is open to UAS use.
The use of drones or other UAS is restricted at all other Bureau of State park locations.