Jay Cooke State Park Remains Closed, Others Remain Open
Jay Cook State Park south of Duluth may be closed this upcoming week of the Fourth, but the DNR says the other parks in the flood zone are open for the holiday week.
The DNR says the many campers who had reservations over the Fourth of July have been accommodated elsewhere up north.
While parts are in good shape overall, the DNR recommends you check in with staff once you enter the park you head to.
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