COVID-19 Information

This is a rapidly evolving situation, so please review the resources with some regularity to be sure you are aware of the most current guidance available.
ASSOCIATION OF FISH & WILDLIFE AGENCIES - RESPONSIBLE RECREATION
ASSOCIATION OF FISH & WILDLIFE AGENCIES – RESPONSIBLE RECREATION

When it comes to activities outside of our homes these days, there are no simple answers. And with rapidly changing information available from so many different resources, it’s difficult to know what we are allowed to do, where we can do it, and how, when and why we should safely recreate outdoors. In an effort to find some answers, I’ve identified some resources that will help to answer some of our questions. 

This is a rapidly evolving situation, so please review the resources with some regularity to be sure you are aware of the most current guidance available.

General Guidance from Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment  (CDPHE)

Colorado is on a Stay-at-Home order (Public Health Order 20-24) and that means we should “Stay home as much as possible.” 

As of 4/3/2016 – “All people in Colorado must follow the letter and the spirit of these orders. Do not try to bend the rules or find loopholes. It’s up to us all to keep people safe and build up our healthcare system so we can treat people who are sick and save lives.”

Below is CDPHE’s response to the question, ”Is it OK to go outside and exercise or play?”

“It is physically and mentally healthy to be outdoors. Be outdoors at times and in places where you can maintain 6 feet of physical distance between yourself and others.”

Additional information about outdoor activities can be found on the CDPHE website.

Colorado Parks and Wildlife COVID-19 Information

Colorado Parks and Wildlife is maintaining extensive COVID-19 resources. Listed below are topics and resources that may impact your outdoor activities and are a great resource for the latest information.

All effects on Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s operations, including any changes to hunting, fishing or recreation in any of Colorado’s state parks can be found on Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s COVID-19 page.

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