National Park Service

After getting approval from local and their own public health consultants, National Park Service Amistad National Recreation Area reopened more sites and services to the public Monday, still encouraging park visitors to observe social distancing measures amid the COVID-19 public health emergency.

Park Superintendent Chris Ryan said the park opened up two of the park’s five campgrounds, with the sites at Rough Canyon and Spur 406 now available for public visitation.

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