SACRAMENTO (BCN/CBS SF) — The California Department of Fish and Wildlife allowed camping to resume Monday on state-operated lands and wildlife areas and federal wildlife refuges.

The CDFW allowed camping to resume in light of the state lifting its coronavirus-related stay-at-home order statewide. A full list of CDFW-controlled properties that allow camping can be found at https://wildlife.ca.gov/Closures.

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Campers are advised to observe the California Department of Public Health’s travel advisory to avoid non-essential travel of more than 120 miles from a person’s home to reduce the spread of COVID-19.

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Campers should follow state and local public health guidance by physically distancing from people from other households, wearing a face covering when within six feet of another person and planning for some services like bathrooms to be unavailable or closed.

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