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Nearly All Of Arcadia Lake Closed Due To Flooding

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Nearly all public access at Arcadia Lake is closed due to flooding from recent heavy rainfall and the ensuing runoff. These closures include beaches, boat ramps, docks, all trails and new arrival camping. General day-use and sightseeing is not allowed at this time.

As of Sunday afternoon, lake levels were approximately eleven feet above normal water elevation. The result is flooding of roadways, campsites and making docks inaccessible. The only usage exceptions at this time are current campers in the parks, fishing at the Edmond Park boat ramp and fishing at Spring Creek Park Area A.

Officials will continue to monitor the lake levels to make decisions about further closures and/or reopening. There is no current time table for reopening and updates will be sent out as available.

To view current lake levels, visit the Army Corps of Engineers Arcadia Lake page. For information about Arcadia Lake call 405-216-7470.

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