Some campgrounds around New York were slated to open this month.
But that doesn’t appear as though it’s happening in the short-term. At least not state parks, which were closed earlier this month through executive order.
Anyone who had a reservation at a campground before May 15th, when they are slated to reopen, is eligible for a refund.
A few private campgrounds around the region have continued operating, but many with limited access. For example, a campground in Canandaigua opened up last month, but only did so for self-contained RV’s.
The manager of the KOA in Canandaigua tells WHEC-TV the decision was made to open so that people who live there could come home, and also for people who want to social distance from their families during the pandemic.