State Parks were overrun on May 2. Stay close to home. Be smart!

Be safe. More importantly – BE SMART!

This message is from the State of New Jersey’s Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Parks and Forestry.

See the list of state parks below that were overrun with people on Saturday, May 2.

REMEMBER, COVID-19 IS NOT GONE

In order to KEEP PARKS OPEN and all visitors a safe distance from one another ⚠️ visit close to home, ⚠️ mask up, and ⚠️ make your stay short.

THESE LOCATIONS WERE OVERRUN YESTERDAY
🚨 Barnegat Lighthouse State Park
🚨 Bulls Island Recreation Area
🚨 Delaware & Raritan Canal State Park
🚨 Hacklebarney State Park
🚨 Round Valley Recreation Area
🚨 Wharton State Forest
🚨 Wawayanda State Park
🚨 Worthington State Forest

⚠️CONSIDER VISITING ELSEWHERE TODAY⚠️

Learn social distancing tips in our video: https://youtu.be/x4hc2d0ZKAM

UPDATES ON COVID-19 in NJ
Learn more about COVID-19 in New Jersey: http://covid19.nj.gov/

NJ residents can call 211 with questions or concerns about COVID-19 and to learn resources available to them.

Residents can also text NJCOVID to 898-211 to subscribe to text message updates on NJ COVID-19.
New Jersey Division of Parks & Forestry

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2 Responses to State Parks were overrun on May 2. Stay close to home. Be smart!

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