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NJ State Parks and Forests Open for Walking, Hiking, Banjo Playing and Biking

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the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Ridgewood NJ, During this time, state parks and forests will continue to be open to the public for hiking and other passive recreation. Community health is crucial right now and exercising (walking, hiking, and biking) while observing social distancing practices can help ensure public health.

FACILITIES CLOSED; EVENTS CANCELED

To protect public health and safety due to the spread of COVID-19, the State Park Service has closed all park facilities (restrooms, offices, nature centers, historic buildings), canceled all events, and canceled all upcoming camping reservations through Thursday, April 30.

CAMPING RESERVATIONS REFUNDED

Existing camping reservations from Monday, March 16, through Thursday, April 30, will be canceled. Reservations will be refunded in full at our earliest convenience. Campers currently occupying a campsite will be required to leave by the end of today, March 16. No new future camping reservations are being accepted.

Check back to this Facebook page and the Division of Parks and Forestry’s website for any new information.

Learn more about COVID-19 from the New Jersey Department of Health: https://www.nj.gov/health/

The New Jersey Division of Parks and Forestry would like to remind you practice social distancing while visiting park trails, to cover sneezes, and wash your hands often.

 

One thought on “NJ State Parks and Forests Open for Walking, Hiking, Banjo Playing and Biking

  1. What’s the movie filmed in Midlandpark .

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