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Update on Delaware State Parks Reopening and Closures

DOVER (Nov.2, 2012) – As cleanup from Hurricane Sandy continues, here is an update from DNREC’s Division of Parks and Recreation about Delaware State Parks’ status in the aftermath of the storm:   DELAWARE SEASHORE STATE PARK: Most of the park remains closed due to storm damage and lack of…


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Delaware State Parks Seek Volunteers for Cleanup From Hurricane

DOVER (Nov. 1, 2012) – DNREC’s Division of Parks and Recreation is calling for volunteers to help clean up storm damage from Hurricane Sandy at Delaware State Parks. Volunteers are needed at parks statewide, from Wilmington to the beaches at the seashore state parks, to help remove downed limbs and…


Rockefeller Wildlife Refuge in Louisiana is Closed Until Further Notice Due To Impact of Hurricane Ike

The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) has closed Rockefeller Wildlife Refuge until further notice due to the impact of Hurricane Ike. The coastal refuge, just south of LA 82, includes acres in Cameron and Vermilion parishes. Ike’s winds and storm surge damaged the refuge offices, lab areas, dormitories…


Florida Watches For Fay’s Next Move As She Parks Off the Florida Coast

Last Updated on 8/25/2008 Here is a list to all Fay related stories and posts from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Emergency idle/no-wake & no-vessel zones in effect now on St. Johns Roads closed on some WMAs in Orange, Osceola counties Idle-speed, no-wake zones may take effect on…


New Signs Urge Citizens to Respect and Protect Sand Dunes in Delaware

The DNREC Shoreline and Waterways Management Section has formed a partnership with the Delaware Chapter of the Surfrider Foundation to educate the public about protecting Delaware’s sand dunes through colorful new signs that urge: “Respect Your Beach – Please Stay Off the Dunes.” The first set of these signs have…


DNR Reopens State Forest Campground and Trails in Lake and Osceola Counties

Department of Natural Resources forest recreation managers today announced that Silver Creek State Forest Campground in Lake County and several trails in Lake and Osceola counties (Evart Motorcycle Trail, Little Manistee Off-Road Vehicle Route and Little Manistee Trail) have reopened. These recreational facilities had been closed as a result of…


Storm Damage Temporarily Closes State Forest Campground and Trails in Lake and Osceola Counties

Department of Natural Resources forest recreation managers today announced that recent storm damage has caused the temporary closure of the Silver Creek State Forest Campground in Lake County and several trails in Lake and Osceola counties. Silver Creek State Forest Campground is located 5.5 miles north of Luther in Lake…


Most State Parks and Reservoirs Open After Storms

Most of Indiana’s state parks and reservoirs are open and ready for use this week, according to Dan Bortner, director of the Department of Natural Resources Division of Indiana State Parks and Reservoirs. “A few of our properties have facilities closed or have reduced some operations due to high water…