RivCoParks COVID-19 UPDATES
Welcome to our Covid-19 updates page where you will find our most current information on what's open at RivCoParks and links to important safety information.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has provided new safety guidelines for visiting parks and recreation facilities
Riverside County Coronavirus (COVID-19) updates
California Coronavirus (COVID-19) updates
"Staying physically active is one of the best ways to keep your mind and body healthy. In many areas, people can visit parks, trails, and open spaces as a way to relieve stress, get some fresh air and vitamin D, stay active, and safely connect with others."
- Centers for Disease Control
and Prevention (CDC)
RivCoParks is open for day use and camping with some limitations. Read our CAMPING BEST PRACTICES BLOG to learn more about staying safe when you visit. See our list of what is open and closed below:
Trails, open space areas and trailheads are open for day use. Check your individual sites for hours and fees (links have been provided here for each site).
*portions of the trail previously damaged by fire remain closed.
**portions of Sylvan Meadows multi-use trails only.
Regional parks are open for day use activities, including fishing, and camping with restrictions.
Check your individual sites for hours and fees.
(links have been provided here for each site).
NATURE CENTERS & HISTORIC SITES:
We are slowly working to safely open more sites.
OPEN – Idyllwild Nature Center*
*Limited hours, please visit the link above for more info.
*Site open, Museum closed, visit the link above for more info.
Hidden Valley Nature Center
Santa Rosa Plateau Visitor Center
Alamos School House
San Timoteo Canyon School House
CLOSED – Crestmore Manor, Carriage House, Riverfront Room.
We are booking weddings for 2021-2022.
Site tours by appointment only - call (951) 955-4759
Free indoor nature-themed activities for kids!
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