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Multiple OC Parks Facilities and Trails Remain Closed Following Tropical Storm Hilary

(Orange County, Calif.) – As of Thursday, August 24, 2023, some trails and facilities throughout OC Parks remain closed following Tropical Storm Hilary.

Park impacts include wet and muddy conditions, downed trees and debris.

As of 9 a.m. Thursday, August 24, 2023, the following facilities remain closed:

  • Ball fields at Craig Regional Park
  • Parking lots A and B at Carbon Canyon Regional Park
  • Tennis Courts 1 and 2 at Carbon Canyon Regional Park
  • Wilderness area at Mason Regional Park 

As of 9 a.m. Thursday, August 24, 2023, the following facilities have reopened:

  • Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park
  • Carbon Canyon Regional Park
  • Caspers Wilderness Park
  • Laguna Coast Wilderness Park
  • O'Neill Regional Park
  • Peters Canyon Regional Park
  • Riley Wilderness Park
  • Santiago Oaks Regional Park
  • Whiting Ranch Wilderness Park 

Refunds are being issued to visitors with campsite and shelter reservations that have been cancelled due to the storm. 

OC Parks staff are continuing to assess damage to parks facilities and clearing debris as needed to ensure the safety of parks employees and visitors.

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OC Parks

OC Parks manages nearly 60,000 acres of parks, historical and coastal facilities and open space for the County of Orange as part of OC Community Resources.