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Discussion in 'Self Defense and Handgun Carry' started by XYZ, Jan 7, 2021.
Is it legal to carry in a state park?
Well, I didn’t know if you meant Oklahoma or another state but they all vary as to legal or not.
Yeah I wasn’t real clear. I was asking primarily about OK state parks. But I see with limitations it’s legal in national parks too. Thanks.
Not 100% sure about OK State parks, but you might find more info on the website for the park you want to visit. National Parks go by whatever the state law is. I've OC'd at Mt. Rainier in WA. You just can't carry in the Federal buildings. I have carried in the Wichita Mountain Wildlife Refuge.
State Parks are specifically excluded from carry restrictions under the SDA...the last time I read through it. Title 21, 1277 B4
You can legally carry into Oklahoma State Parks, however you can not carry into the buildings used for business in those parks, like the office, reservation office, swimming pool buildings, or museum buildings.
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A little off topic specifically but... If you're a camper/RV'er just be aware that Army Corps of Engineer camp/RV parks are "posted" as Gun Free Zones. Emphasis on "posted" because I always assume every RV/Camper is packing more than hot dogs and beer.
You would be correct in that assumption.
Trump was working on getting that corrected.