The Department of the Interior announced earlier this month that it will begin to restore access to national parks to the American people. Many of the 419 parks managed by the National Park Service have remained open in some capacity since the virus hit the United States in March.
The DOI website listed some of those parks and the Trump administration’s effort to reopen them:
The health and safety of visitors, volunteers, partners, and federal employees continues to be paramount as the Department restores public access to public lands again.
President Trump recognizes the magnificence and grandeur of our National Park System and public lands and the incredible benefits of the great outdoors. Access to public lands continues to be evaluated in accordance with federal, state, and local public health guidance with some notable locations beginning to welcome visitors back this week:
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