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In accordance with the Governor’s updated Proclamation of Disaster Emergency orders, Linn County Conservation strives to make outdoor recreation experiences and amenities available in a healthy and responsible way. Efforts will continue through this COVID-19 pandemic to provide opportunities and access for all to obtain the numerous mental, physical and quality of life benefits that nature can provide.
Campgrounds at Buffalo Creek Park, Morgan Creek Park, Pinicon Ridge Park and Squaw Creek Park continue to be open with additional sanitation and safety protocols. Non-modern (primitive) campgrounds at Matsell Bridge Natural Area (including Mt Hope) and Wakpicada Natural Area are also open.
Current camping guidelines include:
Additional Linn County Conservation information
Linn County Conservation’s Parks, Trails, Natural Areas and Preserves are open. In addition:
Keep Linn County Healthy
COVID-19 is still here
Social Distancing Maintain social distancing by keeping a distance of at least 6-feet between yourself and anyone you encounter outdoors. Have a cloth face covering or mask on hand when social distancing measures are difficult to maintain. Bicycle riders are encouraged to ride in single file when possible while keeping your distance. Avoid large groups.
Continue to Practice Good Hygiene Use sanitizer or soap and water after being in contact with any surfaces.
Illness If you feel sick and regardless of how mild the illness is, please stay home for your health and the safety of others.
Where will you explore next?
Linn County Conservation manages over 28 areas with a lot to see and do! Check out some of these sites at LinnCountyParks.com, and sign up for our ENews!
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Please visit Linn County’s website LinnCounty.org regarding awareness and recommendations to COVID-19.