List updated July 13, 2020
Total # of parks fully closed: 16
(State Operated – 13; Locally Operated – 3)
Today’s update to the COVID-19 full closure list includes park units operated by California State Parks and other park operators. High public use indoor facilities – including museums and visitor centers – are not included in this list but continue to be fully closed.
A full closure means there is no public access at these public outdoor spaces on a temporary basis to protect public health from the COVID-19 pandemic. All restrooms are closed, and there are no parking facilities open for visitors, recreational boats or off-highway vehicles. No form of activities is permitted (including sunbathing, walking, jogging or watersports).
The reopening of state park units will be made with little advance notice and visitors should expect a different state park experience than they are used to. Visitors are advised to visit the webpage of their local outdoor destination before leaving home to find out if it is open, what new visitor guidelines are in effect and if parking is available.
Below you will find a list of the fully closed state park units to date. The list is dynamic and is updated with new information as soon as it becomes available.
SP: State Park
SRA: State Recreation Area
- Lake Del Valle SRA (operated by East Bay Regional Park District)
- Marsh Creek SHP
- Picacho SRA
- Herber Dunes SVRA
- Ocotillo Wells SVRA
- Tomo-Kahni SHP
Los Angeles County
- Los Encinos SHP
- Pio Pico SHP
- Watts Towers of Simon Rodia SHP (operated by County of Los Angeles)
- Julia Pfeiffer Burns SP
- Point Sur SHP
San Diego County
- Border Field SP
San Mateo County
- San Bruno Mountain SP
Santa Cruz County
- Rancho San Andrès (Castro Adobe)
- Santa Cruz Mission SHP
- Woodson Bridge SRA (operated by American Land & Leisure)