CASPER, Wyo. – As the weekend draws to a close, Wyoming State Park people reminded Thursday, March 26, that the 13 state parks remain open during the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak.
“The kindest of kind reminders in these strange times,” said Wyoming State Parks. “Parks are open for business. You can camp, you can hike, you can bike, you can visit. “
Wyoming has the following 13 state parks:
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“Make sure you have an annual use day card or payroll envelope for a single day with the date day displayed on your vehicle,” Wyoming State Parks adds. “If you are camping, make sure you also have a camping permit. Fees are not waived during this time. “
“Please use fee containers located at park entrances or order your annual permits at www.wyoparks.wyo.gov. Stay in groups under the age of 10, stay away from other groups with at least six feet, wash hands or use hand sanitizer, and please take care of yourself. We care about your mental health and safety as well as the health and safety of our employees. “