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Little Rock District

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“Several parks along the Arkansas River were severely damaged during the flood,” said Col. Eric M. Noe, commander, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Little Rock District. “We’re asking visitors to please be patient as we determine the way forward in making repairs and opening parks, as well as restoring the commercial navigation system and hydropower generation.”
Even though a lot of campgrounds are closed along the Arkansas River, there are still numerous campgrounds still open for business.
Numerous parks on the Arkansas River were severely damaged during the Arkansas River Spring Flood.
Greers Ferry Shoreline Management Plan Scoping Workshops were held to inform residents about the possible changes being made to the Greers Ferry Lake SMP
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