Flood-damaged state parks in bad shape at time of peak usage
Texas state parks officials and the more than 8 million annual visitors to the state parks can be excused if they have a frustrating sense of déjà vu heading into this summer.
For the second consecutive year, a handful of parks, including some of the most popular, are closed to all public use, with at least a couple of those not likely to open for weeks or months or longer. In more than two dozen other parks, some facilities – campgrounds, roads, hiking trails, boat ramps, fishing piers, shelters – are closed.
Eleven Mile State Park - Colorado
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