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Most Indiana Department of Natural Resources campsites to start reopening Friday

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Posted at 4:08 PM, May 21, 2020
and last updated 2020-05-21 16:11:51-04

INDIANAPOLIS — Most Indiana Department of Natural Resources campsites will start to reopen Friday as most of the state moves into stage 3 of reopening.

Some campgrounds, property-operated cabins, camper cabins, inns, and restaurants will start to reopen as the state moves into Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb's stage 3 of reopening, according to a press release from Indiana DNR.

The campgrounds at Glendale and WIlow Slough Fish & Wildlife areas are open on a first-come, first-served basis, according to the release.

Due to flooding, the campground at J.E. Roush Lake Fish & Wildlife Area is closed, according to the release. You can call 260-468-2165 for updates.

Reservations for this weekend can be made online.

Inside dining at the Garrison Restaurant at Fort Harrison State Park in Marion County will remain closed until June 1, according to the release. Outdoor seating will begin Sunday.

All swimming beaches will reopen Saturday, but public outdoor park pools will remain closed, according to the release. All youth, rally, and group camps, playgrounds, shelters, recreation buildings, and fire towers will remain closed.

You can view more information here.