Three tips to get high while camping in the great outdoors – The GrowthOp | Gmx Pharm

It’s important to remember that there are still rules and laws to follow when camping in the US, especially if people are hoping to enjoy a hit while they’re away.

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Camping is a very popular fair-weather activity and a perfect excuse to bring families and friends together for some time in the great outdoors. In the forest or camping on the beach, it is easier to let your fears and professional stress evaporate in the clean air.

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However, despite the stress-relieving benefits of camping, it’s important to remember that there are still rules and laws to follow when camping in the US. This is especially the case when people choose to bring cannabis with them for their time.

Camping can be the perfect place to enjoy great bud, but it’s important to be prepared with tools and knowledge before you travel to ensure a smooth and upscale outing.

Here are some basic facts and tips to follow when camping with cannabis in the US this year.

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Know the rules for national parks versus state parks versus private camps

It seems like anything goes when a person is enjoying the vastness of places like Glacier National Park in Montana or Badlands National Park in South Dakota, but in fact alcohol is strictly forbidden.

Because national parks are federal, federal laws apply, meaning cannabis is still a Schedule 1 substance. The clear message, according to the National Park Service, is as follows: “Possession or use of marijuana within any National Park Service entity (parks, preserves, rivers, and monuments) is prohibited.”

When it comes to state parks, things can be more complicated. An author with SF gate struggled for days to find an official who could offer some sort of “guideline” for California state parks, reporting that “recreational marijuana legalization is still new in many states and the regulations surrounding it are still complex and can be unclear”.

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In other words, if a state has recently legalized recreational cannabis, then state parks may not even have an up-to-date use policy.

However, a good rule of thumb is that if a state prohibits the use of cannabis in public places, the assumption is that a person cannot use the drug in a state park. Additionally, some US states ban all smoking, tobacco, and cannabis.

According to the California Department of Parks and Recreation, “Smoking is not permitted in state parks except on paved streets or parking lots. On January 1, 2020, the law associated with Senate Bill 8 went into effect.”

The main reason for these no-smoking laws often has to do with the risk of wildfires, so following the rules is important. If a person is hoping to get high in no-smoking parks, it’s probably best to pack some edibles.

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Private campsites have the right to create their own policies as long as they abide by the law and don’t prohibit fundamental rights. If cannabis is legal in the US state where a person is camping, a private campground can either prohibit or permit the use of marijuana. In some cases, these sites might even promote weed consumption.

Find cannabis-friendly places to stay

In recent years, many private lodges and accommodations have capitalized on cannabis by marketing themselves as cannabis-friendly.

There are all kinds of cannabis-friendly lodges and campgrounds in the US. There are also all kinds of ‘bud and breakfasts’ scattered across the country near some popular wilderness spots.

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Explicitly cannabis-friendly campgrounds can now be found in most states where the drug has been legalized.

Be respectful to neighbors

Keep in mind that just because weed is legal in a particular state doesn’t mean everyone at the campground wants to get high.

Read the room, or in this case, read the wilderness. Consumers should pay attention to the wind direction and position themselves accordingly.

If a user is close to families, use common sense. Keep in mind that edibles and vaporizers don’t make the environment smell Skunk.

Once revelers have made sure they are legal and not upsetting the neighbors, they can enjoy all the pleasures that nature mixed with cannabis has to offer.

The, a US lifestyle website that contributes lifestyle content and medical marijuana information to The GrowthOp through its partnership with 600,000 physicians through Skipta.

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