The Grand Glaize Beach Marina and Public Beach 1 Marina are temporarily closed due to high lake levels.
The Public Beach 1 boat ramp is also closed due to a portion of the courtesy ramp being under water. Both fishing docks are closed due to flooding.
The current status of all designated swimming beaches in Missouri State Parks can be found on the Beach Status page.
Passover, Carnes Bottom, Swinging Bridges and Pin Oak Hollow primitive camping areas are temporarily closed due to rising lake levels.
McCubbins Point remains open, however, its entrance road may become impassable if more rainfall is received.
Ozark Caverns is temporarily closed due to flooding.
Coakley Hollow Trail is temporarily closed due to flooding of the road to its trailhead.
White-nose syndrome, a fungus that is fatal to bats but does not affect humans, is found throughout the eastern United States and Canada. ...
Missouri’s forests are being threatened and you can help protect them. The emerald ash borer (EAB), an exotic beetle that has killed millions of ash trees in the northern, central and eastern United States, has been found in Missouri. The spread of EAB and other destructive forest pests has been .....