With warmer temperatures and longer days comes the urge to be outdoors, however with the current restrictions proper precautions need to be exercised.
Two Mile Run County Park is currently open for recreational purposes such as hiking, biking, fishing and boating beginning Friday, May 8th, 2020. The family Campground and pavilion areas will also open.
The Campgrounds will be following CDC and State recommendations for safety. We ask that everyone who uses the park to follow these guidelines.
While it is important to get outside, stay close to home. Most travel requires you to stop along the way or to be in close contact with others. Travel may also expose you to surfaces that have been contaminated with the virus that causes COVID-19. While at the park, avoid crowded areas and group activities and maintain a good social distance of six feet. The group camping areas and playgrounds will remain closed indefinitely. Only camp with those that live in the same household. Have a mask with you should you come in contact with another camper or park user. Playgrounds are often crowded and can be a challenge to clean and disinfect. The virus can spread when young children touch contaminated surfaces then touch their hands to their eyes, nose or mouth.
All campers are reminded to place their trash in the dumpsters located in the campground and not in the trash cans near the shower house.
The restrooms and shower house will be cleaned and sanitized throughout the working day, however, after hours when staff is not on duty extra precautions will be necessary. Use hand sanitizer or wash your hands after touching any surfaces and avoid crowds waiting to use the shower facilities.
The pavilion areas at the park will be open to public use beginning May 8th with a 25 person limit. The park will not be taking NEW reservations at this time. They will be on a first come first serve basis.
While at the park refrain from organized activities and sports. In general, activities such as baseball, football, soccer, etc. that are held at park fields and open areas are not recommended. These activities typically require coaches and athletes that are not from the same household to be in close proximity to each other which increases their potential for exposure to COVID-19.
The park office will be open to the public starting on Friday, May 8th at 9AM. A mask will be required to enter the building. The outside drop box will also be available if you do not wish to enter the building. Check or credit card is the preferred method of payment at this time. If you have any questions about these guidelines or general park questions please contact the park office at (814) 676-6116.
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