NEW HAVEN, Ind. (WFFT) - The notices at Havenhurst and Moser Park said other parts of the parks are available to use under the executive order of 10 people or less while practicing social distancing.
However, people haven't been following that.
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Monday, Governor Eric Holcomb announced playgrounds and campgrounds are closed to prevent this problem.
Holcomb said people were taking advantage of the open campgrounds.
“We had those open with good intentions in mind but it was meant for exercising. We can't have parking lots full of hundreds of folks taking in our beautiful state parks,” Holcomb explained.
State parks will remain open as long as families use them to walk or ride a bike while remaining six feet apart.
"We need to keep isolated, everybody stay in their areas, and be safe until we're sure it's okay to socialize again," Trish Shears said.
The full executive order can be found below.