Posted by: Sandy Steinman | July 13, 2020

California State Parks Update

The  New York Times  has an update on visiting California State Parks. Here are a few excerpts:

While many of California’s national and state parks are open to the public, there’s a caveat: Visitors still have to social distance, although wide open spaces may make that easier. And just because the scenery has changed, you should take the same health precautions that you would at home, like washing your hands regularly and not traveling if you’re feeling ill.

Campgrounds in 80 state parks are currently open, and most of California’s national parks are open to visitors, with limitations.

Californians are still discouraged from traveling significant distances for recreation, so it’s best to also choose a park that’s close to home.

Read full article at Are California State Parks Open During the Pandemic? – The New York Times


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