People enjoying the April sunshine in Little Stoke Park keep asking me what all the fuss is about.
Satellite trucks are parked in the car park and camera crews are interviewing the many dog walkers and joggers out this lunchtime.
No-one I've met so far thinks there is a problem with the Saturday morning runners, with one gentleman who was nearly 90, telling me if he was 40 years younger he'd be running with them.
The park, on the outskirts of Bristol, is largely flat with a number of rugby pitches and football grounds.
It has a path around the perimeter which is wide enough for two people at a time with grass on one side and bushes on the other.
I cant see any evidence of the grass being churned up other than at the top of the park, where people playing rugby have walked across the grass in their studs.
Today Little Stoke Park is certainly popular with joggers and dog walkers perhaps oblivious to all the national media attention it has attracted.
One of the Parkrun organisers told me the group had been given to the end of May to sort things out.
People across the country are waiting to see what the outcome will be and whether it will encourage other councils to consider charging too.
That's it from BBC Local Live for today. Back tomorrow at 7am.