Posted by: Sandy Steinman | May 19, 2020

California Slowly Reopening Parking Lots at State Parks and Beaches

SnowBrains  reports

California is slowly beginning to reopen parking lots at a number of state parks. Over the weekend, lots quietly reopened at 27 state parks and beaches in a number of areas across the state.

Lots were partially reopened, offering no more than 50% capacity, at parks and beaches in Santa Cruz, San Benito, Sonoma, Riverside, and Orange counties, as well as in the Lake Tahoe Area, and other rural areas of the state.

As of yesterday, 36 of California’s 280 state parks remained closed. Parking lots had been closed as a way to reduce crowds at the parks and encourage local visitors only. California Governor Gavin Newsom ordered all state parks and beaches closed on May 1st to combat overcrowding and help prevent the spread of coronavirus.

Read more and see what parks and beaches are reopening at  California Slowly Reopening Parking Lots at State Parks and Beaches – SnowBrains


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