Flooding has closed a portion of Twin Harbor State Park

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Half of the Twin Harbor State Park is closed until further notice.

Washington announced the closure of the eastside of the park due to flooding in the area.

While the eastside, including full camping hookups and the park shop, is closed, the rest of the park is not.

Parks state that the main gates have been shut and anyone in the east is on a “first come, first serve” basis following the closure.

The westside of the campground is still open and operating as normal. This includes their tent camping, cabins, and yurts locations.

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