Hi everyone, I happen to be in Naples FL so this morning I decided to give it a try. I went very early at Delnor Wiggings Park to make my first "out of the country" flight. This is out, of the no-fly zone and park regulations don't mention anything about drones. Nonetheless, to avoid a bad start I asked at the entrance. As I expected they were a little confused, so they made a phone call and I got a ok!!!!!! Was happy about that. So I went all the way at the north end of the property, like I told them, positioned myself far from everyone (fisherman) ready to lift off. My phantom 2 was perfectly stable and I also wanted to test the new neutral filter I added to the gopro3. After 2 minutes, there he comes, the ranger!!! He politely told me there was a misinformation, but clearly the feeling was that no one really knows what rules to apply. I politely answered him that it was really bad for the park, because taking images from the sky is good for them and I would send them some photos. He turned around and told me, always politely, I could finish my filming, so that I know for the next time. So I was able to film for 10 minutes without any stress. Guys. We need to file a petition to all State Parks that should allow us, at certain hours, in certain spots, and maybe at a small fee, to fly and film. This can only do good to State parks, not so much as an extra and needed income, but I feel tourists would get more attracted to visit if they find aerial videos. In the 1.st photo I also spotted 2 dolphins.