dons wrote:I did a search and couldn't find it so I will ask here. I am going with the family up to Jordanelle reservoir and staying at the campground for 4 days. I was up there last weekend and the information said that there are no firearms allowed, didn't list any exceptions. Since this is a state park, state funded, does that mean that I can still carry while there? Only concealed or could I also carry open? I appreciate any input y'all can give me. Thanks
ian husford wrote:I believe there is also a law that states you can carry in your domicile, even if it a temporary domicile and a camp is just that. I wish I had my Gun Laws book to look this up.
76-10-511. Possession of loaded firearm at residence or on real property authorized.
Except for persons described in Section 76-10-503 and 18 U.S.C. Sec. 922(g) and as otherwise prescribed in this part, a person may have a loaded firearm:
(1) at the person's place of residence, including any temporary residence or camp; or
(2) on the person's real property.
dons wrote:My brother just called BCI and asked whether or not it was legal to carry at Jordanelle and they said "if it is a state park than it is." As for having a beer in your hand, I don't drink, I wasn't aware that was against the law either.
CDXD40 wrote:Once for sitting near the water with my pole and tackle box waiting for my brother to pull up with the boat. I got ticketed for fishing without a license!!! I was not in the water, my wallet was on the boat. Apparently having fishing equipment means you are fishing? I beat that ticket.
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