Alcoholic Beverages and Controlled Substances
The following public use areas, portions of public use areas, and/or public facilities within the park are closed to consumption of alcoholic beverages, and/or to the possession of a bottle, can or other receptacle containing an alcoholic beverage that is open, or has been opened, or whose seal has been broken or the contents of which have been partially removed:
Determination: These restrictions are necessary to protect visitors and their experience while at the monument and avoid visitor use conflicts, and ensure safe and orderly access and operation of major visitor use facilities, as well as protect cultural and historic resources.
Information from Superintendent's Compendium 36 CFR 2.35
Did You Know?
The 40 foot “Montreal” class of birchbark canoe used on the Great Lakes during the 18th century, could carry the weight of two mid-sized cars…that’s over four tons or about 8,000 pounds!