If you’re planning a trip to a Virginia State Park this year, you’ll soon have to abide by some new rules. The Department of Conservation and Recreation implemented more than a dozen new regulations that’ll go into effect Oct. 17. Among them, generator use is banned at campsites or in the campgrounds, drones and other unmanned aerial flying devices are banned from being used in the parks, E-cigarette and vape use are banned outside of “tobacco designated areas.” Officials are taking public comment about these amendments until Oct. 2.
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