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Contact: Tawnya Schoewe, 218-283-6670
Contact: Steve Windels, 218-283-6692
INTERNATIONAL FALLS, MN: Three of the park’s 239 developed visitor use camping and houseboat sites that were affected by temporary closures in May to protect bald eagle nesting pairs are now reopened for public use. The areas were marked with closure signs and buoys.
The three reopened developed areas are:
- Namakan Lake – Sexton Island (N62) campsite
- Kabetogama Lake – Happy Landing Campiste (K11) and Ek Bay Houseboat Site (K47)
Two sites remained closed for nesting eagles:
- Kabetogama Lake – Camelback Island Campsite (K-3)
- Namakan Lake – Hamilton Bay Campsite (N-11)
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