Island Beach State Park Remains Open During COVID-19 Outbreak
Over the weekend Governor Murphy stated during one of his press conferences that you can still go outside and get some fresh air despite the quarantine that is in place to the Coronavirus outbreak.
He said to go for a walk to get a little exercise but to still stick to "Social Distancing".
Island Beach State Park is open from 5 a.m. to 8 p.m. each day with no entrance fee.
According to the Patch:
New Jersey state parks and forests remain open to the public for hiking and other passive recreation. But the State Park Service has closed all park restrooms and buildings and canceled all upcoming events and camping reservations through April 30.
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