Fort De Soto Park, Florida - The video has gone viral, and the "mountain of booze" has been seen by many on YouTube.
It was supposed to be a big party last Saturday night at Fort De Soto Park. In fact, James Hines and his buddies caught it all on camera, along with a narration of party supplies.
The liquor list was long and included everything from Tequila, to Rum, Vodka, red wine and beer. It was clear the people were ready for a big night.
However, they got shut down before the party ever started.
The booze-fest was busted through social media. It turned out, the park rangers used a Google alert system where any time Fort De Soto is mentioned online or in a social media website, the rangers are alerted.
Apparently, the party people made one big mistake - they sent the video to their friends who weren't invited. All of a sudden, that video made it to YouTube.
"We heard about it," one park source said, "and asked them to leave."
Fort De Soto has a zero-tolerance policy. "Alcohol is not allowed in any county park," said one source.
Since no alcohol is allowed, the Gray family from Indiana, said this made for the perfect vacation location. William and Kelly Gray brought their four kids to the park for a camping trip.
"We would not have brought our kids here if there was alcohol," said William Gray. "We heard about this party. Our [camping] neighbor told us about it."
The party was so popular, William said, that the campers were yelling, "Jello-shots," at 11am.
"I'm glad I can bring my kids here, so they can run around and be safe. You never know if those people are driving," said Kelly Gray.
The party-goers were not arrested or cited in any way. They were given two options - either box up the booze and leave the park or stay and get cited for each individual bottle.
The people left and took their alcohol with them.