Parking at the town water reservoir just up the road was my comment. Will be interesting to see whether with all the recent rain there will be any work performed on the parking lot and newer pull out area -- the water from the current storm crested the concrete bridge across the stream that runs down the south side of Hurricane Mt. Road and did some damage to one side of the bridge. This is the parking spot for mountain bikers (principally for the Kettle Ridge and Red Tail trails) but it also access to the water tank so presumably Conway will ensure that there is vehicular access across the stream for water maintenance purposes. As to ticketing, I see both sides. Fundamentally, the more parking that is created, the more people come. I don't really see any solution. And I do reiterate my comment that few people have resisted the temptation to creatively park when it it suits them -- and that will never change. So while I get that issuing tickets is a low hanging fruit approach that typically just causes people to park further upwind or downwind from the trail head, I'm not sure I see other great solutions. Ultimately, the locals will end up dictating the outcome through their complaints or tolerance, as the case may be. Btw, the trail head parking for the Black Cap Mt. trail is being significantly expanded. Of course, that is 2.5 miles from the Kearsage North trail head. It will be interesting to see how long it takes before the new Black Cap lot overflows back onto Hurricane Mt. Rd. Prior to the new lot, the top of the pass was a zoo on most weekend days. On top of that, Hurricane Mt. Rd. is a huge destination ride for motorcycles, and there have been numerous complaints by the local Hurricane Mt. Rd. residents about MC traffic riding at excessive speeds. In any event, same old story re: too many people and too little resources.