Albany, NY (WBNG Binghamton) Parts of New York State parks and historic sites are going smoke free - to make the outdoors fresher, cleaner, and healthier.
You'll soon see signs like this at local parks around Central New York and the Fingerlakes Region.
Places like playgrounds and swimming areas, pavilions, garden areas, and seating areas near concession stands will be the target.
The Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation not only hopes the protect people from second hand smoke - but reduce cigarette butt litter in park areas like Chenango Valley.
For the full list of specific changes, click here.