To slow the spread of COVID-19, the National Park Service closed the parking lots around Great Falls Park.
As of yesterday (April 6), people cannot to use the lots, the public bathrooms or water fountains at the park (9200 Old Dominion Drive), according to a press release. It is unclear if street parking will still be allowed.
Instead, people are expected to find other parking arrangements where they can obey the 6-foot social distancing guidelines if they choose to go hiking.
According to a state mandate, people can only leave their homes for essential purposes such as shopping for necessities, seeking medical attention or socially-distanced outdoor exercise.
For people who want to stay home, Reston Now complied a list of other ways they can still stay active and fit.
Photo via NPS/Facebook
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