Updated as of 6/18/20.
As of August 27, 2020, most of America's National Parks have reopened after extended closures due to the pandemic. Some still have closures that will affect your visit, but for the most part things are getting back to normal. The best advice is to check each park's website for the most up-to-date information, but we'll periodically update the list below to help guide your camping decisions.
While most of the parts are "fully open," be aware that in some cases amenities are still limited or closed.
Acadia: Almost completely open, but camping has officially closed for the season.
Hot Springs: Fully open.
Everglades: Fully open.
Biscayne: Fully open.
Great Smoky Mountains: Mostly open, with some closures to look out for.
Congaree: Open, camping only by permit in the backcountry.
Shenandoah: Fully open.
Saguaro: Fully open with limited amenities.
Petrified Forest: Open, backcountry camping only.
Grand Canyon: Mostly open, with some camping still limited.
Death Valley: Fully open.
Joshua Tree: Almost fully open.
Channel Islands: Now open, no camping. Some public boat tours are beginning to open.
Great Basin: Open, many campsites open, amenities open
Carlsbad Caverns: Fully open, though the bat viewing amphitheater remains closed.
Lassen Volcano: Almost fully open now
Pinnacles: Open, campgrounds open to those with reservations, limited number of visitors allowed
Mesa Verde: Almost fully open with camping, though tours and Visitor Center remain closed
Great Sand Dunes: Open with limited amenities
Black Canyon of the Gunnison: Open, but reservations are highly recommended.
Rocky Mountain: Almost fully open, but check for updates on timed entry permits.
White Sands: Open, but no camping.
Big Bend: Closed due to COVID outbreak.
Guadalupe Mountains: Open, but no camping and no amenities.
Zion: Almost fully open.
Bryce Canyon: Open, camping allowed, limited amenities
Canyonlands: Almost fully open.
Capitol Reef: Almost fully open.
Arches: Almost fully open, though Fiery Furnace remains closed.
Badlands: Mostly open, though the South Unit has remained closed.
Wind Cave: Mostly open, but no cave tours.
Indiana Dunes: Almost fully open, camping allowed, status dependent on visitors following correct procedures for the time being
Theodore Roosevelt: Open, backcountry camping only, limited amenities
Cuyahoga Valley: Generally open, but with numerous closures, no camping, limited amenities
Mammoth Cave: Now fully open
Isle Royale: Fully open now.
Voyageurs: Fully open now.
Gateway Arch: Arch grounds are open, but Arch itself is closed, no camping, no amenities
Redwood: Open, no camping, limited amenities
Sequoia: Mostly open now.
Kings Canyon: Fully open now, but reservations are recommended.
Yosemite: Open, but reservations recommended.
Crater Lake: Open, but boat tours are still off limits.
Mount Rainier: Mostly open now.
North Cascades: Open.
Glacier: Mostly open now.
Yellowstone: Mostly open now.
Grand Teton: Almost completely open.
Yellowstone: Open, no camping, no amenities
Glacier Bay: Open, camping allowed if reserved ahead online, no amenities
Katmai: Almost fully open, with limited amenities
Kenai Fjords: Open, camping open, limited amenities
Lake Clark: Open, camping open, no amenities
Wrangell-St. Elias: Mostly open.
Denali: Open, camping allowed.
Kobuk Valley: Open, camping allowed, amenities closed
Gates of the Arctic: Open, camping allowed, limited amenities
American Samoa: Under restrictions
Dry Tortugas: Almost fully open, camping allowed
Hawai’i Volcanoes: Open, limited amenities.
Haleakala: Open, no camping, limited amenities
Virgin Islands: Under restrictions