Hi, I've tried searching, but there doesn't appear to be a direct answer to this question, so apologies if I missed it. Is there a list or rule for which specific national park sites have banned drone use? The memo put out last year just directs each superintendent to prohibit their use at their parks, but there does not appear to be a consistent method for publishing this policy. It's easy to say no flying in any national park, but what about national memorials? or national seashores? My office is inside the blackstone river national heritage corridor- am I not allowed to do some flying nearby after work? I know the move by the national park service was overly broad and vague and their basis for enforcing it is somewhat circumstantial, but there's got to be a way to find a middle ground. Even the mapbox no fly zone map seems inconsistent as they list most but not all national park service administered lands. Is the real answer to all of this that we have to call every place we want to go from now on to get permission? That will get annoying.