It’s a question that’s been around since the early 1900s, when the state of New York banned camping in public areas and placed the responsibility of cleaning up campsites on the state.
But the state’s Department of Parks and Recreation said in a news release on Tuesday that camping will be allowed in parks this summer.
The city of Berkeley, where Bodegon Bay is located, is also offering its own camping options.
The city is offering campsites at the waterfront, which is the location where a boat docks, according to the news release.
There is also a tent camp at the Bay Bridge, which has a public swimming pool and a fire pit.
Bodegon Bays is not the only city that has banned camping, however.
San Francisco has also banned camping at a number of parks, and New York City, where it is located also has banned public camping.
The Bay Area Chamber of Commerce has said that it is “troubled” by the decision to ban camping, and has called on the city of Oakland to ban all outdoor camping.
“Oakland’s decision is not only a disservice to our communities, but also an unnecessary and dangerous attempt to limit camping on our public lands,” said the group’s executive director, John McDonough.