- No Food or Drinks
Allowed (Except for a Water Bottle)
- Do Not Litter
- No Collecting
This includes Flowers, Plants, Leaves, Animals, Rocks, Shells, or
part of the Natural Landscape.
- Stay on Trail
Do Not Jump off Boardwalks into Protected Areas.
Do Not Leave Foot Trails .
- No Trapping or Harming of Animals
- No Cooking or Campfires
- No One is Allowed on Trails
Before Opening or After Closing Time
- Stay With Your Children
Not Allow Them to Run Too Far Ahead Alone.
- Watch What They Put
in Their Mouths
Fruits and Berries are Poisonous.
- Watch What They Touch
Plants and Animals or Insects are Harmful.
- Make Sure They Do Not
- Make Sure They are
Well Hydrated and Protected From the Sun
- Dress Them Appropriately
With Protective Clothing and Shoes
- Do Not Eat Any Berries,
Fruits, Nuts, etc. That You Find
Many are Poisonous or Will Make You Sick.
Animals and Birds Can Eat Poisonous Berries That Humans Can Not.
- Teach Children Not
to Eat Anything They Find
- Do Not Pick or Eat
are Poisonous and They Are Difficult to Identity.
- Stay Away from Members
of the Carrot or Parsely Family
Resemble Water Hemlock Root Which is Poisonous.
- Even Safe To Eat Plants
Should be Avoided
May Be in a Polluted Area and Plants Can Accumulate Toxins.
- Many Plants and Plant
Leaves are Poisonous
Include Poison Ivy, Poison Oak, Oleander, and Elderberry.
- Many Plants with White,
Red, or Yellow Sap Are Poisonous or Irritating to the Skin
Includes Some Cacti Species.
- Do Not Pick up or Touch
Insects, Caterpillars, or Small Animals or Reptiles
can Bite, Be Poisonous, or Irritate Your Skin.
- Do Not Let Your Children
Pick Up Any Animals or Insects
- Do Not Feed Any Animals
May Be Startled or Become Aggressive and Bite or Scratch You.
- If You See a Wild Animal
on The Trail, Do Not Try to Get Too Close
Your Binoculars and Keep a Safe Distance.
That These Animals are Wild.
- Do Not Wear Strong
Perfumes or Creams Inside the Nature Parks
Insects Like Bees or Wasps May be Attracted to the Scents.