Overcrowding of parking lots and
trails can cause temporary closures. This is a fluid situation designed to
control the amount of vehicles and visitors at any given time. Turnover can
happen fairly quickly as park staff monitors the flow of attendance. Our goal
is to keep as many Parks open as possible so people can continue to enjoy the
trails in a safe and healthy manner while practicing social distancing. See our
recommended social distancing hikes featuring road-width trails.
Low risk park activities
including boating, golf courses, archery ranges, field sports, disc golf
courses and small outdoor ceremonies or religious gatherings are able to reopen
under Public Health restrictions. Boating, golf courses, archery ranges, camping
(including yurts), disc golf are open for public use following COVID19
Protocols. Dog parks at Ed Levin, Los Gatos Creek and Hellyer are also open as
is first come first serve picnic tables of 25 people or less from three households. Picnicking is is limited to two hours or less. Face coverings are required at all times, including while exercising
if unable to maintain 6’ social distancing.
Uvas County Park requires
reservations for day use parking on weekends and holidays until further notice.
Trail use and parking requires a pre-booked ticket.
The Public Health order allows
for small outdoor ceremonies and religious gatherings. A group must also plan
for and follow the additional eleven (11)
conditions listed in the Public Health
Order. If you are interested in having a small ceremonial gathering a special
event permit and standard fees are required. To make a reservation, call the
reservations office Monday through Friday, 8:30am - 12:00pm and 1pm - 4pm
except holidays. Call 408-355-2201 to make your reservation. If you have any
questions, please email Reservations@prk.sccgov.org.