We're still safer at home. But if you must go out, be aware of the risks.

There is no way to ensure zero risk when leaving home. In general, the more closely you interact with others and the longer that interaction, the higher the risk of COVID-19 spreading. 

We cannot say how risky all the activities you may wish to participate in are, but we can share four important things to consider:

  1. The more people you interact with the more your risk of getting COVID-19 increases. Even if someone does not appear sick, they may have COVID-19.
  2. The closer you are to other people who may be infected, the greater your risk of getting sick. Indoor spaces are more risky than outdoor spaces where it might be harder to keep people apart and there is less ventilation.
  3. Spending longer time with people who may be infected increases your risk of becoming infected.
  4. Spending time with people who don’t wear a cloth face mask increases the risk that they could spread infection to you.

Gradual Reopening of RECenters & Other Park Facilities under Phase 3

Fairfax County's RECenters will reopen starting with Lee District, Oak Marr and Spring Hill RECenters on Monday, July 13, followed by Audrey Moore, Cub Run and South Run RECenters on Monday, July 20. George Washington, Mount Vernon, and Providence RECenters will open on Monday, July 27. Please keep in mind that membership gives you access to the entire RECenter system; if your RECenter isn’t one of the first opened, you can visit one that has already opened.  

Reservations and health screenings will be required prior to entry. Click here for more details .