Huntsville urges caution as some public spaces reopened in COVID-19
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HUNTSVILLE – Some – but not all – of Huntsville's outdoor recreational spaces have reopened as COVID-19 rules loosen in Ontario.

Town of Huntsville officials announced May 21 they would take a "phased and cautious approach" to deciding which amenities would reopen, and when, based on provincial direction.

"The slow re-opening of outdoor spaces will allow residents to enjoy fresh air, nature and outdoor physical activity," stated the town. "Residents are asked to obey all posted signage as the town works to re-open outdoor recreational amenities."

So what reopened? Here's the list:

– Tennis, pickleball, basketball, and volleyball courts (Huntsville and Port Sydney)

– Skateboard parks (McCulley Robertson Recreation Park)

– Frisbee golf (McCulley Robertson Recreation Park)

– Off-leash dog areas and parks (McCulley Robertson Recreation Park)

– Benches, picnic tables and chairs will be re-installed as outdoor spaces are reopened (Huntsville and Port Sydney)

– Municipal beaches

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