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COSA: Lake Nasworthy parks closed from July 3-13

In an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, the City of San Angelo is closing parks at Lake Nasworthy and is in discussion with the lake HOA about July 4 fireworks.
Credit: Phoenix O'Connor

SAN ANGELO, Texas — Beginning at midnight Friday, July 3, all Lake Nasworthy parks and beaches will be closed to the public, effective until July 13, according to a press release from the City of San Angelo.

The closures are part of the City’s effort to slow the spread of COVID-19.

In the release, the City said it is in discussion with the Lake Nasworthy Homeowners Association regarding the July 4 fireworks show, and does not have any further information as of the time of the release

Public boat ramps will not be closed.


List of lake parks

  • Hot Water Slough Park
  • Knickerbocker Park
  • Mary E. Lee Park
  • Mary E. Lee Beach
  • Middle Concho Park
  • Pecan Creek Park
  • Red Bluff Circle
  • Rock Slough Park
  • Shady Point Circle
  • South Concho Park (Lake Park)
  • Spring Creek Park
  • Fish Hatchery Road Park
  • Shalimar Road Park

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