Many Island parks reopen over weekend

Many Island County parks that were closed due to COVID-19 reopened over the weekend.

Island County parks will continue to remind park-goers to use social distancing, and follow the “Pack it in, Pack it out” policy, where visitors are expected to take their trash home with them.

Trash cans will be removed from parks, and permanent restrooms will remain closed.

As of Monday, the following parks are open:

Near Oak Harbor:

Moran Beach

Near Coupeville:

Patmore Pit dog park

Rhododendron Park Ball Fields have reopened but the campground remains closed

On the South End:

Marguerite Brons dog park

Double Bluff beach

The following county park will remain closed until further notice:

Freeland Hall and playground

State parks that are open for day use only:

South Whidbey State Park

Joseph Whidbey Park

State parks that are open for camping and day use:

Deception Pass

Fort Casey

Fort Ebey

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