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Weather Update

OKLAHOMA CITY – Forty-six Oklahoma's fifty State Parks are open and ready for visitors. However, there are a few areas that have been affected by flooding.

Wah-Sha-She State Park on Hulah Lake is closed.
Snowdale State Park on Lake Hudson is closed.
Bernice State Park on Grand Lake is closed.
Texoma State Park is closed.
The Riverside RV Campground is closed at Cherokee State Park on Grand Lake.
Walnut Creek State Park's tent camping area, Frontier Campground, and the Pioneer RV Camp Ground are closed. Boat ramps at Walnut Creek are closed.
Sequoyah Bay State Park has three of five camping areas open. The marina and cabins are open.
At Lake Thunderbird State Park, Little River Marina is open but has no gasoline because of high water. Calypso Cove Marina is open and has fuel. The Clear Bay, Hog Creek, and Denver Corner boat ramps are open. The Hog Creek RV campground is closed. All other campgrounds at Lake Thunderbird State Park are open but some have limited tent camping.
The boat ramp at Cherokee Landing on Lake Tenkiller is closed but the campground remains open.
All boat ramps at Hugo Lake State Park are closed. The cabins are open.
Sequoyah Golf Course is only allowing play on the back nine holes of the course due to flooding.

All other state parks are open. All state lodges are open. Visitors are encouraged to call the individual parks to inquire about specific campgrounds and park areas.

This page will be updated as changes occur. Last update: 4:30PM, July 26, 2007.

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