I was flying in a state park today and was told by a park ranger that I couldn't fly there. I was a little skeptical but i was polite and left. I researched afterwards and found that all new jersey state park service properties are prohibited to all UAV use and even government operations will need approval. I hadn't heard anything about this previously and I was wondering if anyone else has; i think this is a fairly new regulation. I'm really irritated by this because it's getting to the point where someone looking to photograph nature is going to have nowhere to fly, at least in the east. Sure, out west there are plenty of wild lands that aren't owned by a government agency but things just keep getting worse. I expect my FAA approval soon because I have received a docket number and don't foresee any reason to be denied and at this point I am wondering if I will be able to use my quads as much as I expected. I know that we aren't a very tight group and don't have much pull but I am thinking commercial operators need to form some sort of an organization and from there we can draft our own regulations and present them to legislators - self regulating is the best way to go and will avoid lawmakers who know nothing about our industry taking draconian measures against us. Most industries do this and we should do the same.