What’s open and closed: Southern California beaches, parks, trails - News Summed Up

What’s open and closed: Southern California beaches, parks, trails


Most Los Angeles County trails will remain open, but Eaton Canyon Natural Area in Pasadena requires advance reservations because of overcrowding. The openings come with physical distancing requirements, group gatherings forbidden, “face covering required except in the water.”The sites include: Allen Martin Park, Carolyn Rosas Park, City Terrace Park, Calton Park, Los Robles Park, Mayberry Park, Pathfinder Park, Pearblossom Park, Rimgrove Park, San Angelo Park, Stephen Sorenson Park, Sunshine Park, Valleydale Park and Washington Park. Insider tips on the best of our beaches, trails, parks, deserts, forests and mountains. Also, the Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority has reopened most of its parks, trails, parking lots and restrooms. AdvertisementNational parks in CaliforniaAll of California’s 11 national parks and recreation areas are now open.


Source: Los Angeles Times July 15, 2020 01:28 UTC



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