RivCoParks COVID-19 UPDATES
Welcome to our Covid-19 updates page where you will find info and links to important safety information, plus our most current information on what's open at RivCoParks.
RivCoParks is Open for all camping and day use activities!
in Riverside County
Masks not required for Covid-19 vaccinated guests. See site specific information 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.
Santa Rosa Plateau**
**portions of Sylvan Meadows multi-use trails only.
OVERNIGHT CAMPING & DAY USE IS OPEN: Regional parks are open!
Check your individual sites for hours and fees.
(links have been provided here for each site).
NATURE CENTERS & HISTORIC SITES:
OPEN: Nature Centers and Historic Sites
Check individual sites for hours & info: Idyllwild Nature Center, Hidden Valley Nature Center, Santa Rosa Plateau Visitor Center, Gilman Historic Ranch & Wagon Museum, Jensen-Alvarado Historic Ranch & Museum, Alamos Schoolhouse, San Timoteo Canyon Schoolhouse.
OPEN: Crestmore Manor Events Center is open with restrictions. Check the Crestmore webpage for more info.
Pfizer booster vaccine doses are now available for the following:
65 and over
Residents of long-term care facilities
18 to 64 with underlying medical conditions
18 to 64 with high institutional or occupational risk, including healthcare workers, first responders, teachers/day care staff, grocery workers, and workers in homeless shelters or prisons
AND who received their 2nd dose at least six months ago. (Moderna and J&J are not yet approved for booster vaccines.)
All Riverside County Residents ages 12 years and older are now eligible to receive a Covid-19 Vaccine.
Appointments via Riverside County Public Health
Appointments via My Turn California
Need assistance getting an appointment over the phone? Call 2-1-1
(wait times less than 5 minutes)
Riverside County Covid-19 Test Centers
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has provided new safety guidelines for visiting parks and recreation facilities
California Coronavirus (COVID-19) updates
Riverside County Coronavirus (COVID-19) updates
Riverside County Coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine info
"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)
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