All facilities at Pennsylvania state parks and forests in Pennsylvania are now closed until April 30 to help slow the spread of the coronavirus, according to the state Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.

The public can still access trails, lakes, forests, roads and parking areas for passive and dispersed recreation, such as hiking, but should still practice social distancing, according to the department. Reservations at campgrounds, cabins and other overnight accommodations are canceled and full refunds will be made.

Closed DCNR facilities include: park and forest offices and visitor centers, restrooms and all reservable facilities. Public programs, events and trainings are also canceled through April 30.