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News: 06/01/2020

Parks now open

In mid-May, restrictions on outdoor recreation due to COVID-19 were eased by Sonoma County health officials, allowing vehicle traffic into parking lots and opening up some sports facilities.

Requirements: Stay at least six feet from others outside of your household group. Carry a face covering at all times. Coverings must be worn outside when you cannot stay six feet from others. Do not go to a park if you are sick. Parking lots may be closed if parks become too crowded.

Jack London State Historic Park – Open to vehicle parking. Park is open daily 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The historic area, trails and restrooms are available for use. The museum, visitor center, cottage, picnic areas, and water fountains remain closed.

Sugarloaf Ridge State Park – Open to vehicle parking. Hours are 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. The visitors center, picnic area, and campgrounds remain closed. The restrooms are open.

Trione-Annadel State Park – Limited parking now available. Trails are open. There is a restroom in the W. Richardson parking lot.

Hood Mt. Regional Park – Parking lot open. Restroom available.

Kenwood Plaza Park – Open.

North Sonoma Mountain Regional Park – Parking lot and trail open.

Shaw Park – Open. Lawn use limited to individual or household group exercise.

Sonoma Valley Regional Park – Parking lot and trails open. Dog park remains closed.

Spring Lake – Parking lots open. Some restrooms available. Swimming lagoon, boat rentals and outdoor gym equipment closed. Inflatable playground will not be installed. Picnicking, barbecuing not allowed.

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