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UPDATES + AMENITY STATUS
For information and updates on Cheffie's Cafe, click here.
For information and updates on Coastal Fish Company, click here.
May 6: Summer Camp is canceled.
April 1: Outdoor fitness stations are temporarily closed.
March 30: Woodland Discovery Playground is temporarily closed.
March 27: The Outback Off-Leash Dog Park is OPEN.
March 26: Laser Tag + Paintball are temporarily closed.
March 25: The Shelby Farms Stables and Go Ape Zipline and Treetop Adventure Course are temporarily closed.
Portable restrooms are located in the following locations: First Horizon Foundation Visitor Center, Horse Stables, Chickasaw Trail at Pine Lake Boathouse (near Woodland Discovery Playground), Greenline Wheelhouse at Greenline 0.0 mile marker, Germantown Trailhead at Wolf River Trails
March 20: Park restaurant partners, Cheffie's Café and Coastal Fish Company, are open for delivery and to-go orders only. For more information, please click here.
March 19: All public restrooms, the Visitor Center, Lake's Edge Gift Shop, Bike Rentals and Boat Rentals are closed until further notice.
March 16: All Get Outside Fitness classes and wellness programs are temporarily suspended.
Parks are powerful places for strengthening communities, and in stressful times like these, they play an important role in community health and well-being. Spending time in nature and engaging in physical activity can reduce stress and lower anxiety, which is beneficial not only now, but also for long-term health.
At this time, Shelby Farms Park will remain open with regular operating hours. Our goal is to remain open as a resource for the community for as long as it is safely possible.
Shelby Farms Park Conservancy (SFPC) is closely monitoring the rapidly changing developments of the COVID-19 situation and will continue to follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) guidelines, as well as the recommendations of local health officials.
The safety and well-being of our visitors, volunteers and staff is our top priority. Here are some of the ways we’re staying on top of this:
While we would love to see you in the park, if you’re feeling sick, we urge you to stay home and to follow the CDC’s recommendations.
Stay safe and healthy, Park fans.
COVID-19 UPDATES - Many amenities within the Park are temporarliy closed. For current information, visit our update page here.