I live in GA. I was ordered to leave a place where I was, according to an LEO, legally parked. The person who ordered this was the head of the parks department. Since the LEO said I was not in violation of any law or ordinance, I returned and was harrassed again. I cannot find anything in the City Code or State law that gives a city employee authority to order me to remove my vehicle from a place where I am legally parked. There are no signs up prohibiting entry or parking. No ordinances I know of or the police officer I talked to knows of. This seems to just be an overreach on the part of a city employee, who, by the way, did not even identify himself. Am I liable to any sort of trespass charge if I refuse to move when or if I am harassed again? Jack Penland
If you are on the property of someone else and are asked to leave you must do so, because they own that property.
It's not illegal to pull into someone's drive way obviously, but if they ask you to go you must go.
In the same way, if the park's dept. asks you to leave you must leave.
The LEO and you are correct that it's not illegal to park there, but the park asking you to leave means you have to leave.
(3) Remains upon the land or premises of another person or within the vehicle, railroad car, aircraft, or watercraft of another person after receiving notice from the owner, rightful occupant, or, upon proper identification, an authorized representative of the owner or rightful occupant to depart. https://codes.findlaw.com/ga/title-16-crimes-and-offenses/ga-code-sect-16-7-21.html#targetText=(a)%20A%20person%20commits%20the,without%20consent%20of%20that%20person.
The Park's Dept. employee would be a representative of the owner. If you feel you should be allowed to park there you have to speak with the Park's Dept.