World’s End Scheduled To Open On May 19th
- Parking lot capacity will be limited to 50%
- No transactions for parking will occur on-site
- Parking passes will be available to members through May 12th.
- Passes will be available to all others starting May 13.
- All visitors over the age of two will be required to bring and wear face coverings.
- To obtain a parking pass, you can do so online using this link. Click here to join or renew.
“We know how difficult it has been to get outside, get exercise, and connect with nature over the past weeks,” The Trustees said in a statement, “and we are pleased and proud to be expanding access to our special places while balancing the need to slow the spread of the virus.”
Seventy other locations managed by The Trustees have already been opened in order to “allow the public more access to nature.” However others have remained closed due to “concerns about overcrowding and inability to physically distance at these sites.” In addition to World’s End, the public will be able to visit deCordova and Naumkeag by selecting an online-only parking pass for a specific window of time. Fruitlands and Crane Beach will offer online day passes for the day.
“Our property teams are working hard to reopen more sites in a safe and responsible manner,” assured The Trustees, “and we look forward to sharing news of other site openings soon.”