What you need to know about
what's open and
what's closed - recreation across the state?
The representatives of your City, County, Port and other local governments want to encourage the safe and responsible use of the outdoors during this time. There are several jurisdictions involved in Hood River County recreation, for different lands and recreational uses. What is allowed may be different
for each agency - so please visit the links below.
Please pay attention to signs, posted rules and guidelines. Recreate responsibly, and be safe for yourself, and those around you.
Pack in and Pack out your trash - we've increased pick up but COVID restrictions cause limitations
Recreate close to home; limit non-essential travel
Wear a mask when around people you don't live with
Practice social distancing, keeping six feet between yourself and non-household-members
Remember: Crowds = Closures. Please do your part to ensure that our green spaces remain open. Be kind and share the space.
Avoid touching surfaces. For this reason public restrooms, playground equipment, etc. are closed
LINKS TO AGENCY CLOSURE INFO:
Fire season closures? CHECK HERE
State / US Forest Service Gorge recreation sites (what's open / what's closed?)
HOOD RIVER WATERFRONT - WHAT'S OPEN? (Port / City)