Hunterdon County park users successfully maintained social distancing and there were no reportable incidents over the weekend, after county parks and trails re-opened on May 2
, Sheriff Fred W. Brown has reported.
“County Park Rangers, Prosecutor‘s Investigators, local Police Officers, and Sheriff’s Officers provided routine assistance and information during patrols of the park and trail areas on Saturday and Sunday. They found park users to be cooperative with social distancing rules while enjoying the weather.
The Columbia trail in High Bridge was busy, but the public clearly understood the need to observe health protocols. Enforcing the Governor’s parking limitations in High Bridge and at Point Mountain Park in Lebanon Township required the most attention by uniformed personnel,” Sheriff Brown reported.