Why can’t you drink in Pennsylvania state parks or other local PA parks? I mean, who doesn’t want to sit on the shore and put down a few beers while catching some fish?
You’d think the home of Yuengling, America’s oldest brewery would be more progressive in its stance on outdoor drinking. Right?
So what’s the reason? Why can’t you drink in PA state parks?
It’s Because: You’re an idiot.
That’s right I’ve resorted to name calling. You, my drunken friend, are a grade A idiot.
Why is it that people can’t just drink beer and throw the trash away? I mean, when I enjoy a cold one at home I (eventually) put my cans and bottles in the recycling bin.
Not to be an eco-nut (far from it) but broken bottles just suck. Especially if you step on one.
The worst is seeing crap like this in the water. The river should be a place of peace not a place of trash. Beer cans, worm containers, Tasty Cake wrappers, giant bird nests of monofilament, NONE of these things are good for the water we love.
Maybe it’s the bottles and cans still clinking around in the back seat of my car, perhaps it’s the fact that I hate seeing trash on the water, either way, I’m angry. Trash of any kind shouldn’t be left behind.
Leftover bottles and cans, acting like an @#$$#@$ when you drink, starting fights, property damage, there are a ton of reasons why Pennsylvania doesn’t let you drink in the park. Today I’m picking on leftover trash. Let’s start there and work on being more responsible. Maybe if we can start acting like adults, Pennsylvania will let us start drinking outside like adults.
Do you like to get KRUNK and throw a line? Enjoy a little moonshine by the fishin’ hole? Let us know in the comments below!