A: Yes, there are several you need to know about and adhere to, including the following:
No person may use, possess, or consume beer, wine, or alcoholic liquors in any public park. . . except in premises covered by a liquor control license and in the following designated park shelters after approval by the Park and Recreation Board by permit: Greenwood Park, MacRae Park, Birdland Park, Gray’s Lake Overlook Terrace.
No person shall in any manner deface, injure or remove any tree, shrub or plant; no person shall attempt to remove, injure or kill any wild or captive animal.
No person shall kindle, build, maintain or in any way light a fire in any city park except in barbeque grills in places designated as picnic areas.
No person shall use firearms, explosives, weapons, or fireworks of any character in any public park.
No person shall use any loud, violent, obscene or profane language while in any public park.
No dog shall be allowed to run at large in any public park.
Bathing, swimming and wading in bodies of water other than swimming and wading pools in the parks is permitted only within marked areas adjacent to authorized bathing beaches, and then only during the swimming season (Memorial Day to Labor Day).