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While not all parks will immediately open, those that do have new restrictions in place.
- Don't plan on just showing up at the gates. All visitors must purchase and print day-use permits through the Texas State Parks Reservation System or by calling 512-389-8900.
- Overnight camping is currently unavailable.
- Group gatherings of more than five people is prohibited while inside the parks.
- All visitors must wear masks or other face coverings.
- Social distancing of 6 feet is still in effect for individuals outside your party.
- Bring everything you might need, allowing local businesses to focus on serving their own communities.
- All transactions, equipment rentals or loans and interpretive programs remain suspended.
- Group-use facilities as well as visitor and nature centers remain closed.
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