Are San Marcos parks still open?

Dog Park, Skate Park, Hays County Veterans Memorial, neighborhood parks, and natural areas remain open. Remember to wash your hands before and after visiting public places, and throughout your time in the parks practice proper social distancing. Do not touch surfaces such as handrails, fences, and benches. Riverfront parks, playgrounds, basketball courts, tennis/pickleball courts, restrooms, Dog Park, and Skate Park are closed. All facilities are closed and all programs and events are cancelled/postponed until further notice. These facilities include the Activity Center and Parks and Recreation Office. For a complete list of parks that are open and closed click here. All facilities are closed and most programs and events are cancelled/postponed until further notice. These facilities include the Activity Center and Parks and Recreation Office. For a detailed list of which programs are starting up again click here and select the “program” tab.

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1. Can I visit the city parks?
2. Are San Marcos parks still open?
3. Is the river open?
4. What are approved park activities?
5. What exactly is social (physical) distancing?
6. Can I take my children to a playground?
7. Should I visit a park if I am not feeling well?
8. I have heard the virus can live on surfaces. Should I avoid surfaces while visiting a park?
9. Are bathrooms still open at parks?
10. Can we still play sports in parks?
11. What about activities such as spending a day in the park, having a picnic, or reading a book?
12. Can I ride my bicycle?
13. Can I walk alone on a trail to see the birds and nature?
14. Will the river parks open soon?
15. Will the dog park and skate park open soon?
16. Will there be camp this summer?
17. Are the pools open?
18. Is the Activity Center open?
19. Is the Parks and Recreation office or Discovery Center open?
20. When will programs, sports, and events begin?
21. When can I rent a facility?
22. Are the tennis courts open?