The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reports that most of its lakes are fully open and in good shape for the Memorial Day Weekend, with exceptions at Canton, Fort Gibson and Tenkiller Lakes.
Canton Lake is off-limits to boaters due to severe tornado damage.
Canadian and Longdale parks closed. The other parks are open with minor damages but may not have all electrical connections working.
All boat ramps at Canton have been closed until further notice because of heavy floating debris creating boating hazards.
At Fort Gibson Lake, the Flat Rock Campground is closed due to high water. All camp sites are closed and advanced reservations cancelled through June 8.
At Blue Bill, all camp sites are closed and advanced reservations cancelled through June 8.
Rocky Point Park is partially open. Closed sites include and reservations cancelled through June 8 on sites 3, 4, 6, 7, 22-28, 36-41, 45-63. All other campsites are open at this time.
Taylor Ferry South is partially open. Campsites closed and reservations are cancelled through June 8 on sites 1-26, 37, 40-49, 53-54, 59, 87, 89-91.
At Wildwood, all sites are closed and advanced reservation cancelled through June 8.
Damsite is currently open but could be closed if large water releases are necessary.
“Then we may have to close some sites or the entire park,” said Ross Adkins with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
At Tenkiller Lake, Pettit Bay and Strayhorn Landing are open.
Limited sites will be open in Snake Creek, Chicken Creek, and Cookson Bend. A lot of the sites will not have electricity.
The only boat ramp open at this time is the high water ramp at Snake Creek.