DO NOTvisit parks and public areas if sick; stay home, seek medical care
DO NOT gather in groups larger than 4
Practice social distancing of at least 6’ in parks, trailheads, trails, and climbing crags
Keep dogs on leash at ALL times
Bring your own hand sanitizer and/or hand washing supplies; many of our parks and restrooms lack running water. Sanitize/wash hands after touching public surfaces such as railings, benches, and handles.
Wear a bandana or face mask; cover your nose and mouth at the trailhead or when passing others on the trail
High-risk visitors, use discretion for park visits and public restroom use
CLOSED: The Crown Hill Park Wildlife Sanctuary is closed from March 1 through June 30 to protect nesting and brooding waterfowl. View a map of the closure and learn more about seasonal closures.
A natural haven amid a suburban neighborhood, Crown Hill Park is a place to retreat, admire abundant birdlife and enjoy lake-side recreation. The wetlands in the northwest corner containing Kestrel Pond, are a Wildlife Sanctuary and are home to a variety of migrating waterfowl.