UPDATE (June 21, 2021)

Thank you for your partnership as we collectively enable responsible recreation that protects the health of visitors and the dedicated parks staff.

Since the lifting of the Regional Stay at Home Order in January 2021, State Parks has reopened almost all campground sites, day-use public outdoor areas, and indoor facilities such as visitor centers and museums. A few units and group campsites remain closed due to COVID-19, wildfire impacts or other issues.

Reservations for campsites and lodging can continue to be made on this website at least two days in advance (48 hours) prior to arrival or six months in advance from the current date. It is important to note that the demand for camping and lodging sites sometimes exceeds the available inventory. As such, the public is advised to plan ahead, do some research and have alternate parks in mind in case the first choice is booked.

State Parks will continue to use a monitor and adapt strategy to meet any new guidance it may receive from local and state public health officials as COVID-19 is still present and still deadly, especially for the elderly, immune-compromised and the unvaccinated.

Whether you are an experienced outdoor enthusiast or a new one, we look forward to seeing you in California's park trails, beaches, mountains and the deserts but ask that you recreate responsibly. Please visit parks.ca.gov/COVID19 to view the latest set of visitor guidelines, such as when face coverings are required.





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