Army Corps Campgrounds Re-Opened To Public
(KVHT) – The Gavins Point Project campgrounds operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers are back up and running. This includes the Cottonwood and Nebraska Tailwaters campgrounds. The Corps opened the facilities Monday and are asking campers to follow the social distancing guidelines and abide by any signs posted in the parks. Amid numerous changes this year – all campsites must be reserved online prior to arrival, no payments will be accepted in the campgrounds and visitors are being asked to limit the use of comfort stations to single occupancy. The Corps states that the visitor center remains closed and all power plant tours of the hydroelectric dam have been cancelled.
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