Liard hot springs closed until fall

The Liard River Hot Springs will stay closed all summer and into the fall.

The provincial park made the announcement May 27. Though the campgrounds will open June 1, the hot pools and day use area will remain closed, it said.

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Most provincial campgrounds and backcountry camping areas will be open as of June 1 following a closure of the entire parks system as part of COVID-19 safety measures.

While the day-use areas at these parks will reopen, the availability of other services like boat launches, concessions, and visitor centres will vary from park to park.

For a full of list of park reopenings, click here.

Email Managing Editor Matt Preprost at editor@ahnfsj.ca.

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