So, I am visiting a new location in the U.S. on travel and was trying to scout a location to fly my Phantom, found a park, and I checked the park's webpage for any rules or regs and there were none listed. (This is not a national park and I'll withhold the name because I don't want anyone harassing them). So, being a good citizen, I called them and asked about existing rules. The person that I asked said "I've never been asked that question before" but said she would talk to the park manager. (This is not a small park, it is 10,000+ acres.). She put me on hold for a min and then came back and guess what the answer was? "No". So I aked if there was any specific reference she could point me to and if it was a park reg or a county reg and she didn't have any answers. I politely pushed a little harder and she cited wildlife harassment. The manager agreed to talk to the "central office" and get back to me. Anyone have any experience like this and how do you recommend handling it? In these types of situations, are all activities banned unless specifically permitted or the other way around or is it usually the discretion of whoever is asked? I don't want to push too hard and make things worse for the hobby, but on the other hand, I don't want to just roll over on our rights because someone saw a news report about a drone landing on the White House lawn. Thoughts?