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Pismo Preserve could close if people don't follow social distancing, police say

Posted at 3:06 PM, Mar 21, 2020

If people don't follow social distancing while they exercise outside, popular open spaces like the Pismo Preserve could close according to police.

The Land Conservancy of San Luis Obispo County took to Facebook to ask hikers at the Pismo Preserve to maintain a 6-foot distance from other people.

If hikers continue to disobey this rule, officials said the open space could close.

Officials are asking visitors to start on the "Range Road" and travel counter clockwise when hiking the Discovery or Spring-to-Spring trails.

Hikers are also asked to avoid crowds at the kiosk and not to meet up and hike with groups outside your household.

Click here for a trail map.