After carefully reviewing the latest emergency orders from Palm Beach County and Gov. Ron DeSantis, Wellington officials recently announced the opening of the following parks and facilities, effective this week.
The following facilities are open, with restrictions: the Wellington Aquatics Complex, the Wellington Tennis Center, the Wellington Dog Park at Greenbriar Park, Village Park, the Wellington Environmental Preserve (observation tower remains closed), neighborhood parks, select sports fields, the Wellington Boat Ramp, equestrian trails, walking trails and golf courses. Hours vary by park/facility. Check Wellington’s web site for specific hours.
All visitors must follow the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) social distancing guidelines, bring their own drinks, and bring their own hand sanitizer and mask. Activities allowed include walking, running and biking; singles and doubles tennis; and singles and doubles pickleball (outdoor only).
Prohibited activities include playing field sports (baseball, football, soccer, lacrosse, etc.), sharing sporting equipment and gathering in groups of more than 10.
The following facilities are closed until further notice: the Village Park gymnasium, the Wellington Community Center, playgrounds (including Scott’s Place and Tiger Shark Cove) and all pavilions.
Visit www.wellingtonfl.gov/parks for the latest information about park and facility openings.