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post Feb 12 2012, 12:24 PM
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Yes, I think so. Much like most who have replied, we do like to have a recreational drink while camping, but never the loud and obnoxious party type. I have been to a few parks that "oh by the way'd" me on this policy. None of the SC State Parks allow ANY alcohol, so take note. Hope this helps!


I've drank in about 10 SC State Parks, and the rangers in about 8 of those have seen me do that. They don't say anything because we are acting responsibly.


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post Mar 6 2012, 03:59 PM
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Yep I agree with everyone on this one. I have been to campgrounds where some people have had a little too much to drink and are loud, obnoxious, and blasting music waaaaay too loud until wee hours of the night. Not fun to be around, especially when you have kids who get to observe this conduct.
Now dont get me wrong, I enjoy a cold beer every now and then while camping. And use a beer cooler to cover it with so no one pays any attention. We camp mostly in state/coe parks and most of them have a "no alcohol" policy. But as long as your not flaunting it or being loud/obnoxious, nobody seems to care.

And I have to agree that the rule is in place to kick unruly drunks out of a campground. Nothing worse than some loud mouth drunk cussing and making a scene!


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post Mar 11 2012, 06:29 PM
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All the state parks and COE parks here in the south are dry. It is simply a way to sort out the drunks and give them a reason to evict them. I have no problem with that. My guess is that the majority of folks camped around me have adult beverages. There are other issues that are more important. Like FUNDING for these parks.
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