Lots of New Jersey residents were excited when Gov. Phil Murphy announced that state parks would reopen on May 2.  By many accounts, state parks have been very busy over the last couple of weekends, but one issue for some residents is the lack of public restrooms.

According to patch.com, that may change this weekend as Murphy announced that at least some public restrooms should reopen by Saturday.


The announcement comes just days after reports started circulating about people leaving water bottles filled with human waste at state parks. As you can imagine, the Twitterverse responded quickly to the Governor's announcement.    




So, we want to know? Have you visited a state park since they were reopened?  If so, what was your experience like? And would you feel safe using a public restroom right now? Leave us a comment.

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