Thanks Arizona. I might still have something in my pocket if they don't do the metal detector at entrance. I feel policy's like that just make it easier for a BG to have at it with no worries about anyone being able to stop them.
A "No Firearms" policy usually will send me off to a different business. Problem is, there is only one Dolly! I don't know if I would chance sneaking in a weapon because here in Arizona it would mean giving up my permit if caught.
Of all the time's i've been to Dollywood, I have never worried about my safety or seen any problems. I wouldn't risk carrying...too many rollercoasters, water rides, etc to take a chance on losing your gun.
IMO, you ought to just go, have a good time, and leave the gun in the car. Nothing to worry about in Dollywood.
I would double check that. If it is not properly placarded as not allowing the carry of licensed or unlicensed firearms then there may be a way around it. Not looking to break the law, but if a place said they did not allow firearms, but it was not properly designated then I would not have a problem carrying there as it would be absolutely legal.
For instance... My CCW instructor pointed out a mall that has a few entrances without a 30.06 sign.... Lets just say, these are the entrances he uses, and yes, they are public entrances.
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