Up in Hershey this weekend for some camping with the folks. I brought my Phantom because, uh, why wouldn't you? It's a campground with some decent wide-open spaces. [For the strict 'no flying around people' folks: While obviously there's some pedestrian movement, the vast majority of camping areas are under the cover of trees, and I spent my flight time directly above me (with nobody but me/family), or just outside the grounds.] Anyway, I got a few flights in this weekend. Was taking it for an evening run tonight (Saturday) and as I was packing up, one of the park security folks walked over and informed me there's an 'unwritten rule' that "drones" are not permitted due to privacy concerns. I was courteous, of course, but kindly informed him that a) it wasn't a drone, b) while there is a camera, you cannot identify anyone at the heights it generally flies, and c) these are only going to get more popular, so they should think about writing it sooner rather than later. He informed me that he's only relaying with the park management have told him, as they feel guests would be uncomfortable. It's not an invalid concern, but of course, I didn't experience that. Those that saw it were simply curious and thought it was neat (.. and catering to mass ignorance is dumb). I do intend on writing to them to ask them to reconsider... but in the meantime, I thought it'd be a good general FYI to anyone in the area or planning to be.