The day-use area is temporarily closed due to flooding and damage repair.
All access points to the shut-ins are temporarily closed due to high water levels.
The camping and picnic areas are temporarily closed due to area flooding.
The boat ramp is temporarily closed due to flooding.
Due to wet conditions, Opossum Hollow Trail is temporarily closed to bicyclists and McAdoo Trail is temporarily closed to equestrian use. The trails will be re-checked on Dec. 1.
Lincoln Hills Rd. is temporarily closed at various times during the winter months due to inclement weather and icy road conditions. During these times of road closure, the main campground can be accessed from Route KK or Walker Rd. The boat launch area is also closed.
All other areas of the park would remain open under normal operating hours.
The frost-free water spigots in Mississippi River Campground and at Wescoat Shelter are temporarily turned off due to a maintenance issue. There is no water available in the campground.
The Allison Day-Use Area (including Beach Rd) is temporarily closed due to hazardous travel conditions from fall flooding.
Park visitos also should be cautious in these other areas:
- Allison Point Road
- Marina Road
The remainder of the park is open under normal off-season operations.
The boardwalk is temporarily closed due to damage from recent storms.
Because of freeze-thaw cycles and extended wet conditions historically experienced during this time period, the equestrian trail in Gans Creek Wild Area is closed Nov. 2, 2015, through May 31, 2016. The trail remains open to hikers. Bicycles and other mechanized equipment are not allowed in the wild area.
Several of the modern restrooms at trailheads with this amenity have been winterized and closed for the season. It is anticipated those will reopen April 1, 2016. All vault toilets will remain open over winter. Additionally, portable toilets have been placed at several of the winterized trailheads as a convenience to trail users.
Below is a list of trailheads with restrooms that remain open, and a list of trailheads with restrooms that are closed.
Coyote Trail and the backpack camp are temporarily closed while bison are potentially in those areas.
The trail is closed until further notice.
The vault toilet in the post office day-use area is temporarily closed for repairs. Port-a-potties will be available for visitor use during this closure.
The 215 Highway Bridge (Mile-long Bridge) over Stockton Lake will be closed for resurfacing beginning on Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2015. The bridge is expected to be closed until late May 2016. Guests traveling from the north, through the Stockton area, should expect a detour.
From Stockton: travel south on Hwy. 39 for 11 miles to Arcola; at Arcola, turn left, east, on Route Y for 9 miles to the junction of Route Y and Hwy. 215. Turn left (north) and follow Hwy. 215 approximately 4 miles to Stockton State Park.