Reed City parks open to residents

Facilities unavailabe

Rambadt Park in Reed City remains closed to campers, but residents are allowed to use the park, as well as other city parks, for recreation, according to the city's parks department. Park facilities remain closed at this time. (Herald Review file photo)

Rambadt Park in Reed City remains closed to campers, but residents are allowed to use the park, as well as other city parks, for recreation, according to the city's parks department. Park facilities remain closed at this time. (Herald Review file photo)

REED CITY -- Reed City residents are being allowed to use the city parks during the coronavirus stay home stay safe executive order, according to a recent post on the city's Facebook page.

The post reads: Reed City Parks clarification:

• You may use the grounds of Reed City parks for recreation while following the CDC guidelines for social distancing -- 6ft. from people outside your household. This includes, but is not limited to walking, bicycling, jogging, picnics, etc.

• All Reed City park facilities are closed. Staffing is not available to maintain and sanitize the bathrooms, drinking fountains, etc. during this pandemic to a safe level.

• The Rambadt Park campground is closed until further notice. This is following the lead of the Michigan State Department of Natural Resources.

• If the parks become vandalized or excessively littered, they may become completely closed for other reasons.