See this thread for the beginning of the story: http://www.defensivecarry.com/vbulle...r-gun-ban.html
Since the SMMA is still attempting to regulate firearm carry, they are still in violation of OCGA 16-11-173. But, this is a step in the right direction.Stone Mountain Repeals Firearms Ban
The Board of the Stone Mountain Memorial Association has repealed its long-standing ban on the carrying of firearms in Stone Mountain Park. In its place, the Board enacted an ordinance banning the possession of firearms for people without GFLs. People with GFLs no longer are disallowed from carrying, but they are required in the new ordinance to notify the park police “as soon as possible after entering the park” of the presence of the firearm. In addition, consuming alcohol is prohibited. GCO is reviewing the revised ordinance and has not announced how the revisions will affect, if at all, GCO’s lawsuit against SMMA.
Of course, they don't define what "as soon as possible" means either. Should I run up to the first park police officer I see upon entering the the park while shouting, "Hey, I have a gun"? Probably not.