Parks on the Air (KFF) Rules:
- You and all the equipment you use need to be within the perimeters of the park. Use the map on the KFF site in combination with Google Maps to find the official boundaries. If the park is part of a trail system or river, you need to be within 100 feet of the trail or river. You may never trespass on private property to access state or federal lands without permission. You are taking part in this program at your own risk to following the proper law, and injury.
- You can only work from one reference at a time. If you are in a park that is a sub-region of a larger park, you can use the reference of the sub-region, or you can also split your logs as you like for each park too.
- You must make a minimum of 10 QSOs for your activity to count toward a KFF activator award. For global awards, you must get 44 QSOs, but it is cumulative, meaning you can go to the same park again at a different time and get more to exceed 44.
- Hunters still gain credit, even if the activator hasn’t reached his quorum for credit. For hunters and activators to gain credit though, the activator MUST send the log in .adif format to their regional manager based on their call sign (see front page) via e-mail. Activators do not have to be registered (but we encourage them to since it is completely free) in order for the hunter to get credit for the logs.
- One log can cover multiple days of activity, this includes club call signs and multiple operators.