Originally Posted by diannelgraham
Yes and eventually all states are going to do this. I was in Arizona for the last three months but saw the writing on the wall and Iíll be back home in Washington state in two days. Camping if you are careful is social distance but a lot of state parks are near small towns. We all need groceries, gas etc and we put those close contact people at risk. Stay home, clean your rigs and plan for next year thatís what Iím going to do.
Yes, Outside Magazine posted an article talking about how the gateway communities for popular camping destination are being overwhelmed by folks coming through their towns. Here is a link to that article.
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