Are state parks near Decatur, AL open on Memorial Day?
The long Memorial Day weekend is coming up very soon. If you’ve been staying more than usual you might be tempted to take the family for a day trip for some hiking or fishing. So, are state parks near Decatur, AL open on Memorial Day? Yes, they are. However, some facilities and attractions may be closed. If you have a particular destination in mind, you might want to call the park’s information line and make further inquiries. Are you interested in taking a look at a new Toyota car, truck or SUV? The Toyota of Decatur showroom will be open on Memorial. Visitors are encouraged to call ahead so we can have the vehicles they want to look at all cleaned and ready to go.
COVID-19 Restrictions at Alabama State Parks
If you decide to visit one of the several state parks or nature preserves in the Decatur area, you will need to follow some special rules to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Families or other people who live in the same household are welcome to visit the parks or lakes together. The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources recommends that people follow the guidelines set by the Centers for Disease Control and continue to wash their hands thoroughly and regularly while maintaining at least six feet of social distance as well as wearing masks in public.
While Alabama State Parks are open to the public, visitors might notice the following restrictions:
• Swimming pools, swimming areas, museums, arcades, etc. are closed for the time being
• Playgrounds and playground equipment are closed
• Concession sales are suspended
Before you go…
If you want to make sure your vehicle is ready for your Memorial Day trip, stop by the Toyota of Decatur Service Department before you leave. Our team can sanitize the inside of your vehicle to make sure it’s free of germs.
Don’t hesitate to reach out to us if there is anything we can do for you today!