Parts of Caddo Lake State Park not expected to reopen until June

Parts of Caddo Lake State Park not expected to reopen until June
Caddo Lake crested at 176.4 feet, 5.4 feet above the flood stage. (Source: Caddo Lake State Park)

SHREVEPORT, LA (KSLA) - Recent heavy rains have caused major flooding at Caddo Lake State Park in Harrison County, Texas.

According to a Facebook post from the park, the lake has crested at 176.4 feet, 5.4 feet above flood stage.

Officials have reopened the trails and circled June 15 as the re-open date for day-use areas and Mill Pond Campground. However, that could still change depending on future rainfall amounts.

(Source: Caddo Lake State Park)

Here’s a list of current closures:

  • Boat Ramp (picnic area and parking lot)
  • Fishing Piers
  • Canoe Rentals
  • Mill Pond Campground
  • The store is closed and fishing licenses or annual state park passes cannot be processed.
(Source: Caddo Lake State Park)

Game Wardens are asking the public to stay off of the lake until further notice.

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