Red Lodge Provincial Park remains closed as a flood watch and high water levels at the Little Red Deer River continue to plague the area.
Camping plans have been put on hold recently at Red Lodge Provincial Park as high water levels and a flood watch remains in effect for the Little Red Deer River.
Susan Johnson with Alberta Tourism, Parks and Recreation says heavy rainfall has caused many of the roads to be covered, which has hindered the cleanup process.
She says the
park should be open before the Canada Day long weekend.
If you've booked a campsite during the closure of a park, contact Alberta
Parks at 1 877- 537-2757 to get a full refund.
Check www.albertaparks.ca for
available campgrounds across the province, and for advisories and fire ban
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