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    Southern Highlands Park 'No firearms' (pic posted)

    On a bike ride yesterday I dropped into this park to check out the sign. It's located in Southern Highlands on the main road.

    Is this a private park owned by the Southern Highlands Community Association or a Clark County park, and regardless, thoughts on the legality of the firearms prohibition? Notice that at the top it prohibits activity that would be illegal under Clark County code in addition to the firearms prohibition further down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron_O View Post
    On a bike ride yesterday I dropped into this park to check out the sign. It's located in Southern Highlands on the main road.

    Is this a private park owned by the Southern Highlands Community Association or a Clark County park, and regardless, thoughts on the legality of the firearms prohibition? Notice that at the top it prohibits activity that would be illegal under Clark County code in addition to the firearms prohibition further down.

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    At the bottom of the sign it says that it is controlled by the Association meaning private. The sign would have no force in law. They could trespass you of course and if you didn't leave could have you arrested.

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    The rest of the sign makes it clear it is private property. As mentioned, your only concern for a legally-carried firearm would be if they trespass you for it (or any reason.)
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