Current Road and Trail Closures
Work is being done throughout the park as well as on several state roads that will unfortunately cause some closures and delays in the park. While we regret any inconveniences this may cause, these projects will ultimately improve visitor experiences and safety throughout the park.
|Trail or Road
||Description of Work Being Done
||Effects on Travel
||Second bridge from the Minden side (1.27 miles from Minden Trailhead or 1.96 miles from Thurmond Trailhead
|Structural damage to bridge needs to be corrected
||The affected bridge will remain closed for the foreseeable future; hikers or bikers can travel 1.96 miles in from the Thurmond side or 1.27 miles in from the Minden side.
||Fayette Station Road (Wolf Creek Trailhead) to the Kaymoor Miner’s Trail.
||Safety concerns due to a slope above the trail that has become unstable.
||The trail is closed from Fayette Station Road (Wolf Creek Trailhead) to the Kaymoor Miner’s Trail. Work is being done on the trail at this time, making it dangerous for visitors to be in this area.
|Keeney's Creek Rail Trail
||Keeney’s Creek Rail Trail at Nuttallburg (entire trail)
|Trail closed for repairs due to flooding damage.
||This trail is currently closed.
|Keeney's Creek Road
||Keeney’s Creek Road from Winona to Nuttallburg
||Road is currently closed due to a dangerous washout.
||This road is currently closed due to an extensive washout and road collapse. As this road remains closed, there will be no access to Nuttallburg.
|Kates Plateau Trail
||Kates Plateau Trail from the Upper Glade Creek Parking Area to the Kates Plateau Loop Trail.
||Trail is closed due to a dangerous slide
||A section of this trail near the junction with the Glade Creek Trail is closed due to a slide.
||Cunard Road to River Access
||Federal Highways crews will be conducting road surveying on Cunard Road beginning October 24 through November 5th.
||Crews will be working in and along the roadway from top of the hill all the way to the bottom. They will be providing traffic control measures and motorists should expect some minor delays.