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Flooded state parks starting to reopen in eastern Iowa

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BLACK HAWK COUNTY (KWWL) - Some of Iowa’s state parks impacted from recent flooding are open again.

The Iowa Department of Natural Resources says George Wyth State Park in Black Hawk County will reopen Friday.

In Delaware County, Backbone State Park’s lower road will open Friday. The campground was not impacted by the flood.

Allamakee County's Yellow River State Forest’s campgrounds are open.

Just south of Anamosa in Jones County, Wapsipinicon State Park’s lower road is still under water, but the campground was not impacted by flooding.

Finally in Eldora, Wildcat Trail at Pine Lake State Park is under water, but the campground was not flooded.

You can see a full list of closures statewide here: www.iowadnr.gov/parks

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