Fall 2020: Which Parks Require Reservations?

With many of our parks staying open later this season it’s important to remember that advanced reservations are still required at our most popular parks.

If you are planning to go hiking, biking, paddling, or leaf-peeping at one of the parks below – click the link to make a reservation and ensure your space.

Parks that still require reservations:

*If your park is not listed above, day-use reservations are not required. These parks (not listed above) may be unstaffed and facilities may be closed for the season so check individual park pages and plan accordingly.

Parks Plate and Season Pass Holders are also encouraged to make reservations. There will be a limited number of parking spaces set aside for plate/pass holders. There is a $1 non-refundable online transaction fee. For more information visit our day-use reservation page.

Fall Camping: Reservations are still required for camping as well. See our campgrounds page for reservation links and other info.

More About Day-Use Reservations: We implemented our day-use reservation system at the start of summer 2020 and will continue to use this system to manage visitor capacity at our high-use parks to allow for physical distancing and help keep our guests and staff safe.

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