ND state park closed due to flooding reopens
MEDORA, N.D. (AP) — Sully Creek State Park in southwest North Dakota has reopened after being closed for several weeks due to the flooding of the Little Missouri River in May.
Park Manager Dan Schelske (SHELL'-skee) says cleanup is ongoing but camp sites and horse corrals are available.
Sully Creek State Park south of the tourist town of Medora is the only state park that has been closed due to flooding, though campgrounds at Fort Abraham Lincoln and Cross Ranch state parks are closed. Those two parks still remain open to visitors.