Feb 23, 2010  Page 1 of 3 - Ports WILL NOT open. posted in Networking: Ive been trying too open three ports for hosting a small server. They are unblocked on the router, and the firewall is completely. Mar 22, 2013  Forwarded ports will appear closed unless there is an application listening on the port to respond - so that it's perfectly clear - if you forward port 3389 to 192.168.0.13 and there is no PC at 192.168.0.13, or the PC at 192.168.0.13 is not listening on port 3389, port checking tools will report the port as closed or 'stealthed'. Nov 11, 2013  I have the same issue with Port 8080 on my machine which I was forwarding for Open Hardware Monitor Web Server. I installed it on my 2nd machine with a different port, and it fouled up port 8080. My Web server is running, but port 8080 is blocked solid. Jul 24, 2015  My port 80 is open on my router but still closed. Joined Sep 3, 2011 Messages 3,740 Best answers 22 Reaction score 2,431 Location Sweden. Jul 23, 2015 #2 Behind a firewall? Add a rule for port 80/the webserver in the firewall. Reactions: Tarek1337. Bradette19 Member. Joined May 25, 2011 Messages 98 Best answers 0 Reaction. And here is the Service Management for Port Forwarding. In this window, you can't forward port 3000 to 81 only 3000 to 3000: I event tried to delete PAT rule and forward ALL inbound traffic (ports 165535) to 192.168.63.2. In this case, we would use external port 81, but still shows as 'closed'.

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Many beaches and parking lots along the California coast are temporarily closed to help contain crowds and the spread of COVID-19.

There are more than 1,500 beaches across the state’s 15 coastal counties. The California Coastal Commission has been allowing local officials to make case-by-case decisions, resulting in a mix of restrictions.

Currently, beaches in 11 counties are open with some restrictions. There are four counties whose beaches are open.

Search by county for specific beach restrictions in your area.

We're also tracking coronavirus cases across California, and in Los Angeles County and Orange County.

Del Norte County

Clifford Kamp Memorial Park

  • Open with restrictions on capacity

Kamp Klamath RV Park and Campground

  • Open with restrictions on capacity

Redwood National Park

  • Many facilities are closed, including campgrounds, visitor centers and day-use areas
  • Parking lots open
  • The parks remain open to day-use walkers, hikers and bicyclists, though visitor services are extremely limited

Yurok Tribal Lands

  • Yurok Tribal lands, parks, preserves, beaches and boat launches, including all camping and overnight stays, are closed to the public

Humboldt County

All parks in the county, except for some restrictions at Redwood National Park, are open for day use.

King Range National Conservation Area

  • Access reopened

Redwood National Park

  • Crescent City Information Center and Jedidiah Smith Visitor Center closed
  • Parking lots open

Los Angeles County

City of Avalon

  • Avalon Harbor and Santa Catalina Island, consisting of all moorings within the city of Avalon waters, are open with restrictions
  • Beach open for active and passive uses that follow physical distancing guidelines
  • Piers and trails are open

City of El Segundo

  • Beach open for active and passive uses that follow physical distancing guidelines

City of Hermosa Beach

  • Beach open for active and passive uses that follow physical distancing guidelines
  • Hermosa Beach Pier open
  • Parking in Lot A open; Lot B open for 15-minute use; Lot C closed

City of Long Beach

  • Beach parking lots reopened
  • Beaches, beach bikes paths and pedestrian paths open only for active and passive recreation that follows physical distancing guidelines

City of Los Angeles

  • Beach open for active and passive uses that follow physical distancing guidelines
  • Some parking lots restricted
  • Venice and Cabrillo fishing piers remain closed

City of Malibu

  • At Big Rock, Dolphin View coastal overlook and Maritime Rocks beach access are closed; Big Rock stairway is open
  • At Escondido Beach, Geoffrey’s and Seacliff beach accessways are closed; Escondido Creek beach accessway is open
  • At Lechuza Beach, Bunnie Lane beach accessway is closed; East and West Sea Level Drive accessways are open
  • At Malibu Beach, Malibu Road East stairway open
  • Beach open for active and passive uses that follow physical distancing guidelines
  • Las Flores Creek Park parking lot closed
  • Legacy Park parking lot closed
  • Malibu Bluffs Park parking lot closed
  • Malibu pier is open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.; the parking lot is open at reduced capacity for beachside parking
  • Trancas Canyon Park parking lot closed

City of Manhattan Beach

  • Beach open for active and passive uses that follow physical distancing guidelines
  • Beach parking open

City of Palos Verdes Estates

  • Blufftops and parking open

Opened Ports But Still Closed

City of Ranchos Palos Verdes

  • Beaches open only for recreation that follows physical distancing guidelines
  • Parking restrictions at various city parking lots and public streets
  • Parks and trails open
  • Public trails, beaches and public parking lots at Terranea Resort and Trump National Golf Club are open

City of Redondo Beach

  • Beach open for active and passive uses that follow physical distancing guidelines
  • Redondo Beach Pier open
  • Stairs at Avenue C access way closed

City of Santa Monica

  • Beach open for active and passive uses that follow physical distancing guidelines
  • Beach parking lots on Pier Deck, Lot 1 North (1550 Pacific Coast Highway) and Lot 3 North (1150 Pacific Coast Highway) are closed
  • Muscle Beach and sports courts are closed
  • Santa Monica Pier has begun phased reopening, with restrictions on the number of visitors and some facilities remaining closed; the pier bridge at Ocean and Colorado avenues and all beach stairs remain closed (the pier entrance and exit ramps are on Ocean Front Walk on the beach level)

City of Torrance

  • Beach open for active and passive uses that follow physical distancing guidelines
  • Beach parking lots reopened

Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority

  • Most parks, trails and building facilities, including restrooms, are reopened for recreation that follows physical distancing guidelines, as are all parks owned by the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy

Port of Los Angeles

  • Cabrillo Beach, parking lot and bike path reopened with limitations on number of cars
  • Restricted access to 22nd Street Park, Banning’s Landing, Bloch Field, Cabrillo Beach (beach, aquarium, boat ramp and fishing pier) and Harbor Boulevard Parkway Promenade (berths 84-94)

Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area (Los Angeles County portion)

  • Trails and parking lots open; visitor centers remain closed

Marin County

Beaches, parks and parking lots are generally open. Beachgoers must follow county orders on physical distancing. The county may restrict the number of entrants or close public access points to a beach to reduce crowding.

Golden Gate National Recreation Area

  • Battery Townsley interior is closed and no ranger-led tours are occurring
  • Facilities, including parking lots, will reopen gradually
  • Haypress and Hawk campgrounds will reopen Sept. 4.
  • Kirby Cove day-use area closed
  • Marin Headlands Visitor Center closed
  • Muir Beach fire pits closed
  • Nike Missile Site closed
  • Point Bonita Lighthouse closed

Point Reyes National Seashore

  • Mt. Vision Road closed
  • Restrooms and picnic areas open
  • There are several beach, trail and road closures not related to COVID-19; check the park website for the latest details
  • Visitor centers remain closed

Mendocino County

All county beaches, parks and access ways are open for active and passive uses that follow distancing guidelines. Most beach parking lots and restrooms are partially open.

Fort Bragg

  • All city trails and recreational facilities in the coastal zone are open; physical distancing guidelines should be followed
  • Parking lots are open
  • Restrooms are closed and use of benches and picnic tables is discouraged

Moat Creek Beach

  • Access point reopened on trial basis

Point Arena

  • Parking lot closed with exception for commercial fishermen or businesses/vessels with paid parking privileges
  • Point Arena Pier closed

Stornetta Public Lands

  • Pullouts and parking areas are open

Monterey County

Beaches will be closed Labor Day weekend.

17-Mile Drive — Pebble Beach Resort

  • All beaches, beach parking and turnouts are closed within Del Monte Forest through Sept. 7

City of Carmel-by-the-Sea

  • Carmel beach and Del Mar parking lot are closed through Sept. 7

City of Monterey

  • All beaches are closed through Sept. 7; ocean activities are still allowed
  • City launch ramps closed
  • McAbee and San Carlos beaches are closed through Sept. 22; ocean activities are still allowed

City of Pacific Grove

  • Lovers Point Park and beaches, as well as related parking and the Ocean View Blvd. parking turnouts, are closed until Sept. 7

Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park

  • Closed to the public

Los Padres National Forest

  • Due to the rapidly changing conditions of wildfires in the area, please check with local authorities (Los Padres National Forest)

Moss Landing Harbor District

  • Access to Moss Landing North Harbor launch ramps open to recreational and commercial fishing users

Point Sur State Historic Park

  • Closed to the public

Orange County

Beach parking and restrooms are generally open at all Orange County beaches.

City of Dana Point

  • Baby Beach open 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily
  • Beach parking restricted; check city website for latest details
  • Capistrano Beach open 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily
  • Dana Cove Beach, Doheny State Beach and tide pools are open for active and passive recreation
  • Ocean open for all recreational uses
  • Salt Creek and Strands beaches open 5 a.m. to 12 a.m. daily

City of Huntington Beach

  • Beach playground closed
  • Beaches and bike pathway open from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. for active recreation only and must follow physical distancing guidelines
  • Fishing allowed from the beach and other ocean access locations where fishing is normally allowed, as long as physical distancing guidelines are followed
  • Huntington Beach Pier is open for active uses such as walking and jogging
  • Open grass and picnic areas adjacent to beach bike path closed
  • Within Huntington Harbor and all connected channels, active ocean recreation such as kayaking, boating and paddleboarding is allowed

City of Laguna Beach

  • City beaches open for active and passive uses that follow physical distancing guidelines
  • County-operated beaches in South Laguna Beach (Aliso, Table Rock, West, Camel Point and Treasure Island) open for active and passive recreation from 6 a.m to 10 a.m. daily
  • Thousand Steps Beach open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily

City of Newport Beach

  • Balboa Pier open
  • Bayside Beach open 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily
  • Beach parking lots reopened
  • Beaches open for active and passive uses from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
  • Beachgoers must avoid gatherings with people they do not live with
  • Newport Beach Pier open
  • Newport Harbor open for all normally allowed water activities

City of San Clemente

  • Beaches and coastal trail open for active and passive uses that follow physical distancing guidelines
  • Most beach parking lots open
  • Municipal pier open for active and passive uses that follow physical distancing guidelines; fishing is allowed
  • Poche Beach open 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily

City of Seal Beach

  • Beaches open 4:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. for active and passive use
  • Parking with vessel trailer/rack in boat launch lots only (Sunset Aquatic Park)
  • The 1st, 8th and 10th Street beach parking lots are open with 50% capacity; visitors must park in every other parking stall

San Diego County

Recreational boating is allowed only if participants are members of the same household. Kotor 2 thorium charges code. All sports courts managed by San Diego County Parks are open only to visitors who are members of the same household.

Border Field State Park

  • Closed to the public
  • Closed to the public

Cabrillo National Monument

  • Indoor areas closed
  • Outdoor areas and restrooms open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily

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City of Carlsbad

  • Beaches open for active and passive use from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m.
  • Fishing only allowed from a kayak or boat
  • Ocean Street parking lot closed through Sept. 8

City of Chula Vista

  • All parks and park parking lots open
  • Restrooms closed at Harborside and Lauderbach Parks

City of Coronado

  • Beaches open for active and passive use from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily
  • Coronado Dog Beach and Sunset Park are open
  • The bay and Glorietta Bay Boat Launch Ramp open with parking restrictions

City of Del Mar

  • City beaches open for active and passive use

City of Encinitas

  • All beach parking closed
  • All beaches are open for active and passive use; families and members of a household can sit, lie down and participate in active sports; swimming, surfing, paddleboarding and kayaking are also allowed
  • All city and beach parking lots open
  • All trails open
  • Coastal Rail Trail and the pedestrian portion of South Highway 101 from Swami's Beach to the Seaside parking lot open

City of Imperial Beach

  • Beaches open for active and passive use
  • Municipal pier, public parks and beach area parking lots are open

City of National City

  • All parks closed to gatherings and organized sports, open walking/running/biking

City of Oceanside

  • Beaches open for active and passive use
  • Group exercises and group games prohibited
  • Oceanside pier open
  • Pier Plaza Amphitheater closed

City of San Diego

  • Bays open to all water uses
  • Beaches open for active and passive use; physical distancing guidelines should be followed
  • Boardwalks, piers and parking lots open

City of Solana Beach

  • Beaches open for active and passive use

Port of San Diego

  • All boat launches on San Diego Bay are open
  • Beaches open for active and passive uses that follow distancing requirements
  • Parking lots open at Shelter Island, Harbor Island, Spanish Landing, Tuna Harbor, Ruocco Park, Cesar Chavez Park, Pepper Park, Bayfront Park, Bayside Park, Marina View Park and Tidelands Park
  • Parks around San Diego Bay open for active and passive uses that follow distancing requirements
  • Recreational boating, for members of the same household, allowed on San Diego Bay
  • The piers on Shelter Island (San Diego), in Cesar Chavez Park (Barrio Logan, San Diego), in Pepper Park (National City), in Bayside Park (a.k.a. J Street, Chula Vista), in Imperial Beach and at the Ferry Landing (Coronado) are open

San Diego County Parks

  • All San Diego County Parks-managed parking lots and sports courts closed

Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve

  • Tijuana Estuary Visitor Center, parking lot, restrooms and trails leading to the visitor center remain closed
  • Trails on U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service lands around the Tijuana Estuary Visitor Center are closed

San Francisco County

Beachgoers must follow county orders on physical distancing. The county may restrict the number of entrants or close public access points to a beach to reduce crowding.

Golden Gate National Recreation Area

  • All picnic areas closed
  • Cliff House and Lands End Lookout visitor center and cafe closed
  • Ocean Beach fire pits closed

San Francisco Recreation and Park District

  • Sports courts and picnic areas closed

San Luis Obispo County

Avila Beach

  • Beach remains open when distancing rules are followed
  • Pier closed
  • Use of fire pits temporarily banned

Cave Landing

  • Access road and parking lot reopened

Cayucos North parking lot

  • Closed

City of Grover Beach

  • Park facilities such as playgrounds, sports courts and skate park are closed

City of Morro Bay

  • Parking areas and boat launch ramp open
  • Restrooms at launch ramp open

City of Pismo Beach

  • Pier closed

County-operated parks

  • Indoor facilities closed
  • Not accepting group reservations

Fisherman’s Beach

  • Beach remains open when distancing rules are followed

Oceanfront Street parking

  • Closed

Olde Port Beach

  • Beach remains open when distancing rules are followed

PG&E Diablo Canyon

  • Point Buchon and Pecho Coast trails closed

San Mateo County

Due to the rapidly changing conditions of wildfires in the area, please check with local authorities (City of Pacifica, City of Half Moon Bay, San Mateo Harbor District, San Mateo County Parks, State Parks) about the status of beaches in the county.

City of Half Moon Bay

  • Beaches, parking lots and restrooms open
  • Beachgoers should follow physical distancing guidelines

City of Pacifica

  • All beaches and beach parking lots will be closed from sunrise Sept. 5 until sunrise Sept. 8.
  • The coastal trail, Mori Point hiking trails, Beach Boulevard Promenade and Pacifica Pier will remain open over Labor Day weekend; visitors must practice health protective measures such as wearing a mask and physically distancing six feet apart

Moss Beach Park

  • Closed

Ritz-Carlton Half Moon Bay

  • Public access parking spots open

San Mateo County Department of Parks

  • Beachgoers must follow county orders on physical distancing; beach use restricted to active recreation only
  • Between the hours of 11 a.m. and 5 p.m., all public access to parks, trails and beaches west of Highway 1 may not involve the use of a motor vehicle to travel to any such recreational area
  • The county may restrict the number of entrants or close public access points to a beach to reduce crowding
  • The following items are prohibited for use or possession on a beach: umbrellas, shade structures, tents, BBQs and grills, coolers, chairs, hammocks and other conveyances designed to sit or lounge upon

San Mateo County Harbor District

  • Oyster Point Marina Fishing Pier launch ramp, fishing pier, public restroom and all public parking are open; boat wash and picnic areas are closed
  • Parking areas, boat launch ramps, public restrooms and Johnson Pier open at Pillar Point; picnic areas closed
  • Pillar Point Harbor beaches and West Trail parking lot are closed

Tunitas Creek Beach

  • Closed

Santa Barbara County

All beaches in the county will be closed for stationary activities (such as sunbathing, sitting, etc) over Labor Day weekend, from Friday through Monday.

Santa Cruz County

Beach use will be restricted over Labor Day weekend, beginning Saturday at 5 a.m. through Monday at 5 p.m. Beaches will be open for active public use Saturday and Sunday afternoon between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. Crossing the beach is permissable to access the ocean for activities such as surfing, paddle-boarding, boogie-boarding, swimming, snorkeling and kayaking.

City of Capitola

  • Parking reopened

City of Santa Cruz

  • Beaches and beach parking open
  • Beachgoers should follow physical distancing guidelines
  • UC Santa Cruz Coastal Science Campus closed to vehicles; pedestrian and bike access still open

Santa Cruz Port District

  • Launch ramp reopened

Sonoma County

All coastal parks and beach parking lots are open with some restrictions.

Bodega Bay coastal boat launch

  • Ramps are open with restrictions; check the status of boating facilities

Ventura County

Check Opened Ports

Channel Islands Harbor

  • Launch ramp open; each vehicle/vessel limited to members of the same household; when parking a vehicle after launch, maintain as much space as possible between other parked vehicles; comply with the launch lane and vessel wash lane restrictions posted on signage in the launch ramp area; masks are recommended at all times when out of your vehicle/vessel in the launch ramp area

Channel Islands National Park

  • Ferry service has resumed daily trips at partial capacity
  • Mainland Visitor Center closed for construction

City of Oxnard

  • Beaches open for active and passive uses; gathering and distancing requirements will be enforced
  • Park restrooms, sports parks, playgrounds and reservation areas closed

City of Port Hueneme

  • Active uses such as walking, running, surfing and swimming allowed
  • Lounging and sunbathing allowed if physical distancing guidelines are followed
  • No contact sports allowed; no congregating in large groups with people from other households
  • Parking Lot A and walkways open
  • Pier is open 6 a.m. to 10 p.m., with adjustments to allow physical distancing
  • Recreational and picnic equipment are closed
  • Restrooms reopened; close daily at 7 p.m.
  • Solo water activities and beach cleanups allowed

City of Ventura

  • Active and passive uses allowed if following physical distancing guidelines at city beaches, the promenade and the pier
  • Gathering and distancing requirements enforced
  • Overcrowding may lead to temporary beach closures

Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area (Ventura County portion)

  • Trails and parking lots open; visitor centers remain closed

Test Ports Opened

Ventura Port District

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  • Active and passive uses allowed if following physical distancing guidelines at Surfer’s Knoll and Harbor Cove beaches
  • Ventura Harbor public launch ramp open with restrictions; check harbor website for latest rules
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