Camping almost full at state parks: day passes still an option
The Fourth of July weekend is coming up and spending it outside could be a way to do it. Steve Horn, Wyoming State Parks district manager, said all of the camping spots are almost gone.
“We have some single nights here and there throughout the system so if you do plan on coming out to a state park to camp and don’t have a reservation please check availability online before,” Horn said.
Horn added state parks are a way to help boost the economy since the outbreak of COVID-19.
Also, outdoor activities are a way people can enjoy themselves and be safe.
“Any outdoor activity is huge right now. We still urge people to maintain their spacing and keep their group sizes down,” Horn said.
He added to pay attention to your spacing on the lake beaches and making sure all needed items are remembered like water and bug spray.
Horn said July 4 is a busy time for the state parks but they love to see everyone out and enjoying them.
“We love it when people use our facilities. It’s the best thing ever for us,” Horn said.