ALBANY — The state Department of Environmental Protection closed all campgrounds, cabins and cottages to overnight visitors through April 30.
Anyone with reservations will be issued a full refund.
The state has also suspended all new camping, cabin and cottage reservations for the 2020 season until further notice.
“We are assessing campground status on a daily basis. If you’ve made a reservation for the season beginning May 1, and we determine your campground is safe to open, your reservation will be honored,” according to a statement. “However, visitors who wish to cancel an existing reservation may do so and receive a full refund.”
The DEC operates 52 campgrounds located in the Adirondack and Catskill parks.