Pacific Northwest
A lighthouse sits atop Cape Blanco, an Oregon state park site on the southern coastline. Jamie Hale/The Oregonian

OR - Some state parks, campgrounds on the Oregon coast will stay closed through summer

Though state parks and campgrounds on the Oregon coast have started to reopen this spring more than two months after closing due to the coronavirus pandemic, some will remain closed through summer.

The Oregon Parks and Recreation Department announced the long-term closure of all or part of six state park sites on the Oregon coast Thursday, most of which will remain closed through Labor Day:

CLOSED THROUGH LABOR DAY

  • Alfred A. Loeb State Park (south coast)
  • Arizona Beach State Park group camp (south coast)
  • Cape Blanco State Park (south coast)
  • Carl G. Washburne Memorial State Park campground (central coast)
  • Devils Lake State Park campground (central coast

Full list here.