Pennsylvania's Department of Conservation and Natural Resources announced a phased reopening of state parks and forest facilities in line with social distancing guidelines set forth by Gov. Tom Wolf, according to a statement released on Saturday.
With the exception of one restroom in each day use area and marina, all state park and forest facilities outside of the counties will remain closed until changes are made consistent with Wolf’s guidelines for reopening, the statement reads.
The public can still access trails, lakes, rivers, streams, forests, roads and parking areas statewide for recreation. All playgrounds, nature play areas, interpretive centers, amphitheaters and group camping facilities statewide will remain closed indefinitely.
Beaches statewide will be closed until June 6.