Picnic ShelterNo reservations are needed for the picnic area. It is on a first come, first serve basis.
Groups over 25 must submit a Special Use Permit 10-930.
Photography PermitsNo commercial photography or filming is allowed on the site without a
Filming Permit 10-931.
First Amendment Right of Free SpeechIn conformity with the rights that are guaranteed in the United States Constitution, the National Park Service allows people to exercise freedom of speech, and groups to assemble peacefully, on park land. However, to carry out its mission of preserving the cultural and natural resources of the parks, and to protect the rights and safety of visitors, the National Park Service manages these activities through a permit system. Permits regulate aspects of activity such as location, date, time, and number of participants. For more information and to download the permit, click here.
Your Rights as a Park VisitorThe content of what permit holders say is NOT regulated and the opinions expressed by the permit holders may not conform to the mission and policy of the National Park Service. Indeed, the permit holders may be speaking in opposition to National Park Service policy or plans. If you feel harassed or impeded from enjoying the park by a person exercising their First Amendment right of free speech, please notify a Park Ranger.
Last updated: August 20, 2017