Cootamundra-Gundagai Regional Council (CGRC) is heeding government directives in closing its caravan parks and camp grounds across the region to holiday visitors.
The council's two parks, at Cootamundra and Gundagai, are leased to private operators, but council has instructed them to follow the prime minister's directive.
The parks will still be open to staff, permanent residents or those who have no other place of permanent residence.
The prime minister said people who were staying at a caravan park or camping ground before March 26 under a booking could continue to stay until the end of that booking, but bookings could not be extended.
Council's free recreation vehicle-friendly sites will be closed, along with camping/caravan stays at local showgrounds and reserves.
CGRC mayor Cr Abb McAlister said Council was following all advice issued from the state and federal governments.
"We need to restrict movements," he said. "My priority is to ensure everyone in our community has a health system that can cope should they need it.
"I want to ensure that essential supplies can be maintained in our shops and supermarkets for our community.
"We have been issued these directives from the governments and we have to follow them."