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Yosemite Sam1

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Posted: 04/22/20 12:33pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

For us gearing up for camping once lockdown is lifted.

I imagine it will take a lot of searches as the opening will be phased based on some local health metrics.

Let's be of service of one another to announce here if you local public park is opening or has opened,.

Thanks in advance.

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But rather than “I heard” or “I saw a gate open,” please post the website announcing the reopening.


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The Coronado National Forest in southern AZ was never closed for the beer bug. We've been boondock camping and riding our RZR in the forest this whole time. None of the AZ state parks closed but some will soon close not for the virus but for the heat.


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Lwiddis wrote:

But rather than “I heard” or “I saw a gate open,” please post the website announcing the reopening.


Very good suggestion!

Thanks.

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azdryheat wrote:

The Coronado National Forest in southern AZ was never closed for the beer bug. We've been boondock camping and riding our RZR in the forest this whole time. None of the AZ state parks closed but some will soon close not for the virus but for the heat.


I'lll be jumping two closed states to be there, loll.

But thanks for the info (and for making us envious).

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It's a start here in Colorado. Larimer County (Fort Collins/Loveland/Estes Park county) is opening 2 of the county parks for camping, with major restrictions. Still, it's a start; gotta start somewhere.

Watching/waiting to see what happens with Colorado SP system. All reservation only in 2020.


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“Larimer County residents only”

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Arizona cases of Covid 19 are on the rise again. I wonder why?

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azdryheat wrote:

The Coronado National Forest in southern AZ was never closed for the beer bug. We've been boondock camping and riding our RZR in the forest this whole time. None of the AZ state parks closed but some will soon close not for the virus but for the heat.


Are you sure about that last statement? Lost Dutchman State Park is probably the hottest of the AZ state parks in summer, and they do NOT close for summer. I talked to a host there about it.

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jdc1 wrote:

Arizona cases of Covid 19 are on the rise again. I wonder why?


Fake statistics ... My wife works at one of the largest hospitals in AZ, and last night worked the Covid floor. On a floor with 20 beds, there were only 2 patients, both classed as Covid with the attending restrictions and crazy amount of gear the nurses had to wear. However, BOTH PATIENTS ON THE COVID FLOOR TESTED NEGATIVE FOR COVID, BUT YET WERE CLASSED AS COVID. In fact, they both had pneumonia and nothing else.

The medical facilities get $13,000 from the Feds for every Covid patient they record, so they have financial motive to do just that.

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