Citing guidance from the White House, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and state and local public health authorities, Sagamore Hill National Historic Site has reopened access to park grounds, walking paths and trails, and parking areas.
The following facilities remain closed: all buildings, including the Roosevelt Home and Old Orchard Museum, all public restrooms, the beach and Eel Creek bridge, and public tours, programs and events remain suspended.
Park rangers remain on duty and normal regulations still apply. As services are limited and buildings remain closed to the public, the National Park Service urges visitors to check the Sagamore Hill website before you travel for the latest information; follow one-way directional signs along select trails; park only in designated areas; Leave No Trace, pack out everything you bring in; maintain 6 ft (2 m) social distance from others; and use the restroom before you visit the park.
Sagamore Hill continues to provide virtual tours and other media such as photo galleries and films on their website.
Updates about National Park Service operations will be posted on their website.
Photo of Sagamore Hill provided.