Can I walk alone on a trail to see the birds and nature?

Yes, it is perfectly acceptable to maintain a healthy and active lifestyle by walking in neighborhood parks and natural areas. Please remember to maintain a minimum of six feet between you and others and wash your hands before and after your walk. For a complete list of parks that are open and closed and guidelines on park usage click here.

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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?
23. Where can I park when visiting a riverfront park?