Seasonal Closure of 4th of July Beach Parking

Posted November 1, 2020 at 5:00 am by

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By San Juan Island Nation­al His­tor­i­cal Park

San Juan Island Nation­al His­tor­i­cal Park announces its sea­son­al clo­sure of the 4th of July Beach park­ing area effec­tive, Sun­day, Nov. 1.

The clos­ing of the park­ing area is an annu­al event to pre­vent dam­age to the area due to high rain­fall, poor drainage, and heavy vehi­cle use.

Access out­side of the locked gate is per­mit­ted dur­ing this time to access 4th of July Beach. The park plans to cre­ate a safe vis­i­tor access across the big lawn to the trail on the west side near the pic­nic benches.

Dur­ing the clo­sure peri­od, all grounds through­out the park includ­ing trails, beach­es, and day-use facil­i­ties will remain open to the pub­lic. The 4th of July Beach park­ing area re-opens in the spring of 2021 and will be announced at that time.

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