This page was last updated on July 2, 2021.
Effective June 30, activities in Washington are allowed to resume at normal capacity according to the Washington Ready Plan. In King County, the local mask directive has expired, but there are masking requirements in certain situations. Click here to read more about King County guidance for a safe re-opening.
Our parks, trails, and other facilities are open for your summertime enjoyment! We encourage non-vaccinated adults and children two and older to wear a face covering for their safety and to help contain the spread of the COVID-19 virus and its variants.
Effective July 5, recreational programming and team activities at the Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center will resume at normal capacity. Physical distancing and health screening are still recommended. People who are not vaccinated should wear face coverings in an indoor environment when not in the water.
Until further notice, select activities in our parks and trails will continue to operate with some limitations:
- Volunteers attending King County Parks staff-led events are encouraged to wear a mask when within 6 feet of other volunteers, staff or park users not in their household.
- Large events and gatherings may opt to follow some public health guidelines, check with the individual event organizer for details.
For more tips on how to recreate responsibly while enjoying the outdoors, visit recreateresponsibly.org.