Canyon County Parks, Cultural & Natural Resources has announced it’s plans and protocols for Stage 4 of Idaho Rebounds, which begins on June 13, 2020. The Visitor Center and Crossroads Museum at Celebration Park will open with some capacity restrictions in order to adhere to social distancing guidelines for the safety of visitors and staff. Camping and restrooms will remain open at Celebration Park and Martins Landing.
- Only activities where appropriate physical distancing and precautionary measures can be observed will be scheduled or provided. These will be evaluated on a case-by-case situation in order to protect staff and visitors and prevent the spread of disease.
- Camping is open at Celebration Park and Martins Landing. Fees apply.
- Restrooms at Celebration Park will be open for day and night use.
- The Visitor Center and Crossroads Museum at Celebration Park will open to the public beginning on June 13, 2020.
- Due to the limited size of the Visitor Center, a maximum of five (5) people or one family group will be allowed inside at one time.
- Crossroads Museum will also limit capacity to fifteen (15) people or three (3) family groups at a time. Please adhere to social distancing guidelines.
- Restrooms and facilities are open and available at Lake Lowell Park, Lower Dam Recreation Area, Jubilee Park, George Nourse Gun Range, Ward Memorial, Wilson Ponds, and Martins Landing.
- Boating is available at Lake Lowell.
- Signage encouraging continued social distancing will remain posted.