Duluth, MN (KDAL) - Closed since severe damage from the June floods took out large sections of Jay Cooke State Park, officials announced they were planning to open portions of the closed campground on Monday. Reopening are the park office, interpretive center, campground and camper cabins. Reservations on a first come, first serve basis.
Access will be limited with entry only from the West and only as far as the Park office. The entire park will not re-open until next year and highway 210 through Jay Cooke might not be passable until 2014.