Opossum Hollow Trail is temporarily closed to bicycle use and McAdoo Trail is temporarily closed to equestrian use due to wet conditions. The trails will be checked again on June 19.
Park trails are closed to equestrian and bicycle use until further notice due to rain and muddy conditions. The soonest they may reopen is June 19.
The steel bridge over Little Bonne Femme Creek on Springbrook Trail is temporarily closed due to flood damage. Once repairs can be completed, the bridge will be reopened.
The boat ramp in Asher Creek Campground remains temporarily closed due to high lake level. All other areas of the park are open under normal on-season operations.
UPDATED JUNE 14, 2013 - The only remaining closure from storm damage and debris is MM 34-35 approximately five miles east of St. Charles. This area is signed and barricaded, with no available detour, so users should avoid the area. Staff and equipment will be on the trail to make repairs and remove the storm debris. Additionally, there may still be muddy and rough conditions until repaired surfaces can settle. All users should be alert to these possible conditions and exercise caution when on the trail.
The swimming beach and campground boat ramp are temporarily closed due to high lake levels. All other areas are open under normal on-season operations.
Bear Creek and River trails are temporarily closed due to heavy rains and downed limbs. All other areas remain open under normal on-season operations.
The section of Loutre River Trail that runs parallel to the river remains temporarily closed due to heavy mud from recent storms and flooding.
The boat ramp is temporarily closed due to extremely low lake levels. All other areas of the park remain open under normal on-season operations.
Campsites 78-80 are temporarily closed due to flooding. All other campsites remain open under normal on-season operations.
Gas and electric have been shut off to the marina docks. The accessible fishing dock is closed due to high lake level.
The day-use swimming beach remains closed due to high bacteria levels. Park visitors may use the campground swimming beach during this time. Non-campers wishing to use the campground swimming beach should stop by the park office or check station for a parking pass.
The change house and restroom facility at the campground swimming beach is temporarily closed due to a ruptured pipe. Porta-potties will be available for use at the beach until repairs can be completed on the change house.
The Sandy Creek Covered Bridge is temporarily closed to foot traffic due to construction. The picnic area remains open.