Outdoor enthusiasts will be able to enjoy spending time outside as golf courses and most trails in Los Angeles County are set to re-open recreational amenities with restrictions in an effort to not spread the coronavirus.
On Friday, the City of South Pasadena announced the opening of trails and its dog park in Arroyo Park.
Opening of county trails come with rules in place. Along with adhering to social distancing and group gatherings will not be permitted. Those over the age of two are required to wear face coverings on trails, in parking lots and in dog parks.
Public officials say individuals showing signs of illness should avoid LA County trails and are encouraged to bring plenty of water, and disinfectant wipes to sanitize hands frequently.
The Arroyo Seco Golf Course in South Pasadena will re-open Saturday, May 9, to the public with some restrictions.
While the driving range reopens, the practice green and chipping area will remain closed.
To ensure the safety of patrons and staff, and in compliance with Los Angeles County orders, all golfers must have a confirmed tee time. Walk-ons will not be permitted. Groups will be limited to four players and non-playing spectators or visitors will not be permitted. County officials say club and handcart rentals are currently prohibited.
The restaurant at Arroyo Seco Golf Course will remain closed, however prepackaged snacks will be available at the starter’s window.
The city’s miniature golf course is scheduled to reopen on Monday, May 11, by tee time only.
To schedule a tee-time at Arroyo Seco Golf Course, go to golfnow.com or call (323) 255-1506. Use the phone number for play at the miniature golf course.
South Pasadena city officials say all sports amenities, including playgrounds, skate parks, basketball courts, and tennis courts, are closed until further notice.
For more information, refer to the City of South Pasadena website at southpasadenaca.gov