Responding to COVID-19

A.T. Closures

Many federal, state and local parks and forests through which the A.T. passes have shelter, privy, or overnight site or area-wide camping closures in response to the spread of COVID-19. The situation remains fluid and individuals should be aware of what closures are in effect before starting their hike. The ATC asks hikers to respect trail-related closures and observe required or recommended travel restrictions in A.T. states to halt the spread of this highly contagious virus.

To view ATC’s guidance on how and when to visit the Trail and on hiking safely, visit our COVID-19 page.

Shelter and Privy Advisory

Due to the difficulty of social distancing and the possibility of COVID-19 being transmitted on surfaces, hikers are advised to avoid shelters and picnic tables, and bring their own personal shelter and food storage device.

Also note that many privies are currently not being maintained. To avoid overflowing privies and placing extra burdens on volunteers when they return to the field, we recommend avoiding the use privies unless otherwise stipulated by the local Trail maintaining club or land management agency. In all cases, bring a trowel to dig a cathole following Leave No Trace principles. Most A.T. privies are maintained by volunteers on an infrequent schedule. However, the privies at overnight campsites overseen by on-site Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC) caretakers (primarily in New Hampshire) are cleaned on a daily basis, leading to a lower risk of spreading COVID-19. Additionally, many of these AMC overnight sites are located in areas where digging a cathole can be ineffective.

Please be aware that many shelters and privies are officially closed, even if signage is not posted at the site location. Camping is generally allowed around closed shelters unless posted otherwise.

While we will update this page frequently, the status of parks and forests is changing quickly. We encourage everyone to contact land-managing agencies directly to verify the status.

For more comprehensive Trail updates beyond COVID-19-related closures, see our Trail Updates page.

Current Closures (Updated 1.16.2021

Trail-Wide

Travel Restrictions:

All states from Pennsylvania through Maine have travel restrictions in place that require most out-of-state visitors to quarantine for 10-14 days. In some cases, visitors may be able to shorten the quarantine by meeting testing criteria. See individual state information below for more information.

 

Business Closures

The status of businesses and the services they offer during the COVID-19 pandemic is quite fluid. A list of known changes can be found at A.T. Thru-Hikers’ Companion  Updates page; businesses may also submit changes there. We also advise all hikers to directly contact businesses for their schedules and services to confirm the latest information.

Agency Closures

 

All A.T. Shelters and Privies Closed on National Park Service Land

Effective immediately, the National Park Service is closing all overnight shelters (56 total) and privies (75 total) on land administered by the Appalachian National Scenic Trail Park Office in the states of VA (11 shelters, 12 privies), MD (1 shelter, 2 privies), PA (8 shelters, 6 privies), NJ (1 shelter, 1 privy), NY (5 shelters, 5 privies), CT (7 shelters, 16 privies), MA (1 shelter, 4 privies), and ME (22 shelters, 29 privies). Click here for more information.

Georgia

COVID-19 Guidelines For The State Of Georgia

Travel guidance for the state of Georgia is available at georgia.gov/covid-19-coronavirus-georgia/covid-19-travel-restrictions.

Agency Closures For A.T. Lands

 

Chattahoochee National Forest Closures

 

A.T. backcountry shelters and privies are closed until further notice. Some campground and restroom facilities remain closed. For a full list of closures, please click here.

 

While work continues opening trails and roads, services may remain limited and there may be a delay in rescue operations. To recreate responsibly outdoors, avoid congregating at parking areas, refrain from gathering in large groups and maintain a 6-foot distance from others, especially when passing other hikers.

 

North Carolina

 

COVID-19 Guidelines For The State Of North Carolina

 

Agency Closures For A.T. Lands

Pisgah and Nantahala Nationals Forest Closures

Restrooms and vault toilets are closed and there are no trash services at most sites. Shelters will remain closed at this time. For more information, such as closures on campgrounds and other established facilities, please click here.

 

While work continues opening trails and roads, services may remain limited and there may be a delay in rescue operations. To recreate responsibly outdoors, avoid congregating at parking areas, refrain from gathering in large groups and maintain a 6-foot distance from others, especially when passing other hikers.

 

Great Smoky Mountains National Park In Phased Reopening

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park has been re-opening facilities in phases during the COVID-19 pandemic. Backcountry trails and overnight sites have re-opened.

 

Backcountry permits, which are required of all overnight hikers, are available up to 30 days in advance. Hikers must have printed copies of the permit with them.

 

For current backcountry information, including bear warnings/closures and trail advisories, please visit: nps.gov/grsm/planyourvisit/temproadclose.htm. To obtain a permit or for trip planning assistance contact the Backcountry Office at 865-436-1297 (8 am to 5 pm Eastern Time, daily) or visit https://smokiespermits.nps.gov/

 

Smoky Mountains Fontana Dam Access Open. “Fontana Hilton” Shelter and other facilities remains closed

The TVA is  providing access to the  Great Smoky Mountain National Park’s Fontana Dam Trailhead. Visitors can park at the visitor center.  The Fontana Hilton shelter and Visitor Center remain closed. Please click here for more information.

 

 

Tennessee

COVID-19 Guidelines For The State Of Tennessee

Please check for stay-at-home, safer-at-home, or other restrictions or recommendations in this state, which may change frequently. These may affect travel, group size, physical distancing, requirements for wearing personal protective equipment, and what services are available outside the Trail corridor. Be aware that a different set of guidelines may apply on federal Appalachian Trail lands. Closure/opening dates will likely be different. For more

 

Agency Closures For A.T. Lands

Cherokee National Forest Closures

A.T. backcountry shelters and privies are closed until further notice. Please see the alerts and notices here.

 

Great Smoky Mountains National Park In Phased Reopening

 

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park has been re-opening facilities in phases during the COVID-19 pandemic. Backcountry trails and overnight sites have re-opened.

 

Backcountry permits, which are required of all overnight hikers, are available up to 30 days in advance. Hikers must have printed copies of the permit with them.

For current backcountry information, including bear warnings/closures and trail advisories, please visit: nps.gov/grsm/planyourvisit/temproadclose.htm. To obtain a permit or for trip planning assistance contact the Backcountry Office at 865-436-1297 (8 am to 5 pm Eastern Time, daily) or visit smokiespermits.nps.gov.

 

Virginia

 

COVID-19 Guidelines For The State Of Virginia

Agency Closures For A.T. Lands

George Washington-Jefferson National Forest Shelters and Privies CLOSED

Shelters and privies remain closed due to COVID-19. To recreate responsibly outdoors, avoid congregating at parking areas, refrain from gathering in large groups and maintain a 6-foot distance from others where possible. Find more details here.

 

This affects most shelters from the Tennessee/North Carolina border north to the Blue Ridge Parkway.

Shelter and privy closure affecting 56 shelters from Virginia through Maine

The National Park Service has close all overnight shelters (56 total) and privies (75 total) on land administered by the Appalachian National Scenic Trail Park Office in the states of VA (11 shelters, 12 privies), MD (1 shelter, 2 privies), PA (8 shelters, 6 privies), NJ (1 shelter, 1 privy), NY (5 shelters, 5 privies), CT (7 shelters, 16 privies), MA (1 shelter, 4 privies), and ME (22 shelters, 29 privies). Follow this link for further details.

Paul C. Wolfe Shelter Closed

The Paul C. Wolfe Shelter, on Blue Ridge Parkway lands, is closed. Backcountry campers are encouraged to maintain social distance. Click here for more information.

 

A. T.  Shelter in the Town Of Glasgow is Closed

Closed until further notice.

Spy Rock Trail Head – CLOSED

In alignment with current federal, state and local guidance for social distancing and to ensure health safety of its employees, visitors and volunteers, the George Washington and Jefferson National Forests will temporarily shut down the Spy Rock trail head effective April 9, 2020. For more information, visit the George Washington and Jefferson National Forests website.

Virginia State Parks Closures

Virginia State Parks visitor centers, indoor facilities, overnight facilities, and group facilities are closed on a case-by-case basis. Click here for more information.

 

Grayson Highlands State Park – Overnight Parking Open

Grayson Highlands State Park overnight backpackers’ lot is open as of June 15th. Backpackers using the site must make reservations ahead of time. Please visit the Grayson Highland’s website here for contact information on how to make a reservation.

West Virginia

COVID-19 Guidelines For The State Of West Virginia

Agency Closures For A.T. Lands

Harpers Ferry National Historical Park Closures

Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, in response to guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and U.S. Public Health Service, is modifying park operations to support federal, state, and local efforts to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). The National Park Service (NPS) is working servicewide with federal, state, and local public health authorities to closely monitor the COVID-19 pandemic and using a phased approach to increase access on a park-by-park basis.

Visitors can access outdoor areas and hiking trails.

To learn the latest status of closures affecting parking, park programs, facilities, and services,  visit this link. 

 

Maryland

COVID-19 Guidelines For The State Of Maryland:

Travel Requirements

(Updated 1/25/2021)

 Individuals who travel to Maryland are required to:
Immediately get a COVID-19 test upon arrival in Maryland or within 72 hours before travel to Maryland.
 Symptomatic travelers are required to  self-isolate upon arrival or are strongly encouraged to stay at their place of origin; asymptomatic individuals are required to self-quarantine while awaiting test results. A list of test sites can be found at http://covidtest.maryland.gov.

Individuals are strongly encouraged to get a second COVID19 test within 72 hours of arrival in Maryland.Note: This requirement only applies to travelers with Maryland as their final destination. It does not apply to interstate or international travelers passing through Maryland to another state, including by ground transportation, air or rail.

Unless renewed or extended, the requirements in this subsection and its provisions shall end on January 31, 2021 and become advisory recommendations.

Agency Closures For A.T. Lands

Shelter Closure Order Rescinded on Maryland DNR Lands

(7/3/2020) All shelters on Maryland DNR lands (that’s all shelters on the A.T. in Maryland except the Ed Garvey Shelter) have re-opened.

 

Hikers are advised by Maryland DNR  to sanitize themselves after use, or avoid the privies and follow Leave No Trace principles for this activity (dig a cathole 200 feet from water, campsites and the trail)

 

Camping is prohibited outside of these areas along the A.T. in Maryland (dispersed camping in Maryland is not allowed. Campers must camp at designated sites). Click here for more information.

 

Maryland State Parks

A full list of facility openings and closures can be found here.

 

Shelter and privy closure affecting 56 shelters from Virginia through Maine

(3/28/20) Effective immediately, the National Park Service is closing all overnight shelters (56 total) and privies (75 total) on land administered by the Appalachian National Scenic Trail Park Office in the states of VA (11 shelters, 12 privies), MD (1 shelter, 2 privies), PA (8 shelters, 6 privies), NJ (1 shelter, 1 privy), NY (5 shelters, 5 privies), CT (7 shelters, 16 privies), MA (1 shelter, 4 privies), and ME (22 shelters, 29 privies). Follow this link for further details.

 

Pennsylvania

COVID-19 Guidelines For The State Of Pennsylvania

 

Travel Requirements

Updated 1/15/2021

Travelers entering Pennsylvania from other countries and states, as well as Pennsylvanians who are returning home from other countries or states, are required to have a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours prior to entering the Commonwealth or quarantine for 10 days upon entry into Pennsylvania. If a traveler chooses to get tested upon entering the Commonwealth, or is waiting for test results, the traveler must quarantine for 10 days, or until receipt of a negative test result, whichever comes first.

More information can be found at the State of Pennsylvania’s COVID-19 Information for Travelers page.

Agency Closures For A.T. Lands

Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area – Closed Areas

Many public facilities within Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, including some restrooms, are temporarily closed. Find more details here.

Shelter and privy closure affecting 56 shelters from Virginia through Maine

(3/28/20) Effective immediately, the National Park Service is closing all overnight shelters (56 total) and privies (75 total) on land administered by the Appalachian National Scenic Trail Park Office in the states of VA (11 shelters, 12 privies), MD (1 shelter, 2 privies), PA (8 shelters, 6 privies), NJ (1 shelter, 1 privy), NY (5 shelters, 5 privies), CT (7 shelters, 16 privies), MA (1 shelter, 4 privies), and ME (22 shelters, 29 privies). Follow this link for further details. 

 

A.T. Shelters on Pennsylvania DCNR Lands Closed Until Further Notice

The following overnight A.T. shelters on Pennsylvania DCNR Bureau of Forestry lands are closed until further notice: Deer Lick Shelter, Tumbling Run Shelter, Rocky Mountain Shelter, Quarry Gap Shelter, Birch Run Shelter, Toms Run Shelter, James Fry at Tagg Run, Eagles Nest Shelter,  Leroy Smith Shelter, Kirkridge Shelter*. Click here for more information.

 

 

Hamburg Borough Watershed – Open for Day Use

The Hamburg Reservoir parking lot & public access to the Appalachian Trail are open to the public daily from dawn to dusk. No overnight parking will be permitted until further notice.

 

DCNR, State Parks, and Forests Facility Closures

State Park and Forest Facilities are closed on a case-by-case basic. Public programs, events, and trainings are canceled. Visit the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation & Natural Resources website for details on closures and available facilities.

 

New Jersey

COVID-19 Guidelines For The State Of New Jersey

Quarantine notice for travelers:

Updated 1/12/2021

New Jersey strongly discourages all non-essential interstate travel at this time.

New Jersey recommends visitors or people returning from states other than New York, Connecticut, Pennsylvania and Delaware to quarantine for 10 days. If travelers to the state test negative, they should still quarantine for a full 7 days after travel.

Travelers from a state/territory outside the immediate region (New York, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, and Delaware) are asked to complete a voluntary online questionnaire. The advisory does not apply to people spending fewer than 24 hours in New Jersey.

For more information, visit: www.covid19.nj.gov/travel.

Agency Closures For A.T. Lands

Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area – Closed Areas

Many public facilities within Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, including some restrooms, are temporarily closed. Find more details here.

 

Shelter and privy closure affecting 56 shelters from Virginia through Maine

(3/28/20) Effective immediately, the National Park Service is closing all overnight shelters (56 total) and privies (75 total) on land administered by the Appalachian National Scenic Trail Park Office in the states of VA (11 shelters, 12 privies), MD (1 shelter, 2 privies), PA (8 shelters, 6 privies), NJ (1 shelter, 1 privy), NY (5 shelters, 5 privies), CT (7 shelters, 16 privies), MA (1 shelter, 4 privies), and ME (22 shelters, 29 privies). Follow this link for further details. 

 

New York

COVID-19 Guidelines For The State Of New York

Quarantine notice for travelers:

(Updated 1/15/2021)
Out-of-state travelers to New York must either quarantine for 10 days or can now “test out” with a shorter quarantine if they meet the following requirements:

    • Travelers must obtain a test within three days of departure, prior to arrival in New York.
    • The traveler must, upon arrival in New York, quarantine for three days.
    • On day 4 of their quarantine, the traveler must obtain another COVID test. If both tests comes back negative, the traveler may exit quarantine early upon receipt of the second negative diagnostic test.

Travelers from states that are contiguous with New York will continue to be exempt from the travel advisory. Covered travelers must continue to fill out the Traveler Health Form.

More information is available at coronavirus.health.ny.gov/covid-19-travel-advisory.

 

Agency Closures For A.T. Lands

 

 

Shelter and privy closure affecting 56 shelters from Virginia through Maine

(3/28/20) Effective immediately, the National Park Service is closing all overnight shelters (56 total) and privies (75 total) on land administered by the Appalachian National Scenic Trail Park Office in the states of VA (11 shelters, 12 privies), MD (1 shelter, 2 privies), PA (8 shelters, 6 privies), NJ (1 shelter, 1 privy), NY (5 shelters, 5 privies), CT (7 shelters, 16 privies), MA (1 shelter, 4 privies), and ME (22 shelters, 29 privies). Follow this link for further details. 

 

 

Harriman State Park and Bear Mountain State Park Closures

Some shelters, roads, and facilities in Harriman State Park and Bear Mountain are closed. For details, please visit the Bear Mountain State Park site and Harriman State Park site respectively.

 

 

Connecticut

COVID-19 Guidelines For The State Of Connecticut

Travel Restrictions

(Updated 1/15/2021)
Anyone traveling into Connecticut from a state or territory, other than New York, New Jersey, or Rhode Island, or from a country other than the United States, is directed to self-quarantine for a 10-day period from the time of last contact within the identified state or country.

Travelers from affected states are required to complete the Travel Health Form prior to or no later than upon the day of arrival in Connecticut.

A traveler is exempt from the self-quarantine requirement if the traveler has had:

(1) a test for COVID-19 in the seventy-two (72) hours prior to arrival in Connecticut or at any time following arrival in Connecticut

(2) the result of such COVID-19 test is negative, and

(3) he or she has provided written proof of such negative test result to the Commissioner of Public Health via email to [email protected] or via facsimile to 860-326-0529.

If a test was obtained in the seventy-two (72) hours prior to arrival in Connecticut, or following arrival in Connecticut, and such Affected Traveler has not yet received his or her test results, such traveler shall remain in self-quarantine in Connecticut until a negative test result is submitted to the Commissioner.

Visit  portal.ct.gov/Coronavirus/Travel for more information.

Agency Closures For A.T. Lands

 

Connecticut State Parks and Forests Closures

All A.T. Shelters are currently closed until further notice (per this National Park Service closure order). All Privies are closed. Campsites on National Park Service lands are open.

 

Shelter and privy closure affecting 56 shelters from Virginia through Maine

(3/28/20) Effective immediately, the National Park Service is closing all overnight shelters (56 total) and privies (75 total) on land administered by the Appalachian National Scenic Trail Park Office in the states of VA (11 shelters, 12 privies), MD (1 shelter, 2 privies), PA (8 shelters, 6 privies), NJ (1 shelter, 1 privy), NY (5 shelters, 5 privies), CT (7 shelters, 16 privies), MA (1 shelter, 4 privies), and ME (22 shelters, 29 privies). Follow this link for further details. 

Bulls Bridge Side Trail, Scenic Area and Associated Parking – CLOSED

 

The blue blazed side trail off Bulls Bridge Road in Kent, CT, and all NPS land between the A.T. and the Housatonic River from Bulls Bridge Road to the Ten Mile River is closed until further notice due to resource damage. Parking on Bulls Bridge Road, Schaghticoke Road, and Route 7 in Kent is prohibited. The A.T. (white blazes) will remain open.

For more more details, see the Appalachian National Scenic Trail Facebook page post about the closure.

 

Massachusetts

COVID-19 Guidelines For The State Of Massachusetts

 

Travel Restrictions

(Updated 1/15/2021)

All visitors entering Massachusetts, including returning residents, who do not meet an exemption, are required to:

  • Complete the Massachusetts Travel Form prior to arrival
  • Quarantine for 10 days or produce a negative COVID-19 test result that has been administered up to 72-hours prior to your arrival in Massachusetts. If not obtained before entry to Massachusetts, a test may be obtained after arrival. However, all such arriving travelers must immediately begin the 10-day quarantine until a negative test result has been received.

Failure to comply may result in a fine.

For more information, including the list of lower-risk states, exemptions, visit www.mass.gov/info-details/travel-information-related-to-covid-19.

For more information, visit www.mass.gov/info-details/travel-information-related-to-covid-19.

Agency Closures For A.T. Lands

Appalachian Trail Shelters, Campsites and Privies on Massachusetts Forest and Park lands are temporarily closed. No Overnight Camping Permitted on the A.T. in Massachusetts

 

Hikers should postpone or cancel any overnight hiking plans for all 90 miles of A.T. in Massachusetts until further notice. Click here for the latest status of COVID-19 related closures for the state of Massachusetts as it affects the A.T.

Shelter and privy closure affecting 56 shelters from Virginia through Maine

(3/28/20) Effective immediately, the National Park Service is closing all overnight shelters (56 total) and privies (75 total) on land administered by the Appalachian National Scenic Trail Park Office in the states of VA (11 shelters, 12 privies), MD (1 shelter, 2 privies), PA (8 shelters, 6 privies), NJ (1 shelter, 1 privy), NY (5 shelters, 5 privies), CT (7 shelters, 16 privies), MA (1 shelter, 4 privies), and ME (22 shelters, 29 privies). Follow this link for further details. 

 

Vermont

 

COVID-19 Guidelines For The State Of Vermont

 

Quarantine Requirements

(Updated 1/15/2021)
If you are visiting Vermont you must quarantine for 14 days, once you arrive.  If you have not had any symptoms of COVID-19, you have the option to get a PCR test on or after day 7 of quarantine and end your quarantine with a negative test result. You must continue to monitor yourself for symptoms for the full 14 days.

Some travelers have the option to quarantine in their home state before coming to Vermont – read more about that option in the Quarantining at Home section.

For more information, visit healthvermont.gov/covid-19/travel-quarantine/visitors-vermont.

Agency Closures For A.T. Lands

 

 

New Hampshire

COVID-19 Guidelines For The State Of New Hampshire

Travel and Quarantine Guidance

(Updated 1/15/2021)

NH Department of Health and Human Services continues to recommend against any non-essential personal or business travel, and people should avoid gathering with others who are not part of a person’s immediate household.

There is no travel-quarantine requirement for those traveling to New Hampshire from surrounding New England States (Maine, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island).

This is the latest travel guidance from the Division of Public Health Services:

  • Traveler/visitors to AND residents of NH need to self-quarantine for 10 days following the last date of any travel internationally (including to/from Canada); on a cruise ship; or domestically outside of the New England states of Maine, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, or Rhode Island for non-essential purposes.
  • If the person is asymptomatic and has a negative PCR test on or after day 7 of quarantining, they may shorten or end their quarantine.
  • This 7-day “test out” of travel quarantine option applies ONLY to travel-related quarantine and NOT quarantine due to other types of exposure.

NOTE: You do NOT need to quarantine for 10 days or get tested for COVID-19 if either of the following apply:

  • You are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and more than 14 days have passed since you received the second dose of your COVID-19 vaccine.
  • You have previously tested positive for active COVID-19 infection (by PCR or antigen testing) in the last 90 days (if you had a previous infection that was more than 90 days ago, you must still follow all quarantine requirements)

Agency Closures For A.T. Lands

 

All AMC White Mountain Huts and Hiker Shuttle Closed for 2020

 

All Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC) High Mountain Huts and AMC’s White Mountain Hiker Shuttle will be closed for the remainder of 2020. For more details and information about existing reservations, click here.

Maine

COVID-19 Guidelines For The State Of Maine

Travel Restrictions

(Updated 1/15/2021)

  • The State of Maine will allow adults who obtain and receive a negative COVID-19 test from a specimen taken no longer than 72 hours prior to arrival to forgo the 10-day quarantine upon arrival in Maine. Individuals may be tested in Maine, but they must quarantine while awaiting the results.
  • Maine is strongly urging visitors to “Know Before You Go,” and be tested and receive results in their home state before traveling to Maine, which will allow them to take appropriate action depending on the result. Websites like Get Tested COVID-19 show local testing options nationwide.
  • The State is exempting residents from the following states from the testing and 10-day quarantine requirement for travel and lodging: Vermont, New Hampshire.
  • People who are not Maine or exempted states must complete a Certificate of Compliance form indicating they have received a negative COVID-19 test result, that they will quarantine in Maine for 10 days, or that they have already completed their quarantine in Maine.
  • This Certificate of Compliance must be provided to check-in at Baxter State Park, all Maine lodging, campgrounds, seasonal rentals, and other commercial lodging, such as Airbnb. Visitors may be asked to furnish proof of the negative test result upon request.

For more information, visit Keep Maine Healthy.

Agency Closures For A.T. Lands

Baxter State Park

Baxter State Park is open for winter camping. See the park’s COVID-19 information here

Vehicle fees for non-Maine residents will be required in the park. For more information and to make online camping or parking reservations, click here.

 

Those contemplating a thru-hike starting in Maine are encouraged to visit our Southbound Thru-Hike page.

 

All A.T. Shelters on National Park Land in Maine are Closed

Shelter and privy closure affecting 56 shelters from Virginia through Maine:

The National Park Service has closed all overnight shelters on land administered by the Appalachian National Scenic Trail Park Office in the Maine (22 shelters, 29 privies). Follow this link for further details. 

 

The state of Maine – Overnight Shelters on State Lands.

(Updated 1/16/2021)
Camping at these sites is for residents of Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont, without need of a 10-day quarantine or testing. All other visitors must continue to follow the 10-day quarantine requirement or negative COVID-19 testing. For more information, please visit www.maine.gov/dacf/covid19/parks/.