State parks open to combat cabin fever

State parks and trails in Door County are still open to the public with some limitations.  The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources announced that parks, trails and park restrooms are open, though park offices are closed until further notice.  Keith Warnke,  Administrator of the Fish, Wildlife and Parks Division, says the DNR recognizes the health benefits of keeping parks open, while also reminding people to follow personal hygiene practices.




Park visitors will be allowed to make voluntary park fee payments when visiting.  State park campgrounds are closed through April 30th.  Those who've paid for camping spaces during that time will receive full refunds. 

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