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    I will be headed to Silver Falls with the family soon and wonder if I will have problems OCing here? I would apply for an non-res permit but wouldn't have it in time.

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    From this thread it sounds doable . . . http://opencarry.mywowbb.com/view_to...ht=state+parks

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    You should have no problems.

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    Their signs do say "NO FIREARMS" , but if you search the forum there is a post somewhere about the State Campgrounds not being able to make laws about firearms. I just CC'd while there to avoid any problems.

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    That park as no firearms signage... I have been seeing signs wit no mention of firearms. The state parks are pretty inconsistent...

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    Well no issues durring my week at Silver Falls. They do have sinage that states no firearms but I didn't have anyone say a word. Great place to take the kids hiking!

    Slugger

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    I covered carry in parks as best I could over here: http://www.oregonconcealedcarry.com/...st&p=35322

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    So it has to be a "national park" to be banned such as Crater Lake? National Forest doesn't have any bearing? For example, Mount Hood National Forest is free and clear?

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