OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - State tourism officials say all 50 Oklahoma state parks will be open for the Memorial Day weekend - but some have limited capacity.
Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department director Hardy Watkins says high water and debris at some parks means some park visitors will have to make adjustments.
Watkins some campgrounds, boat docks, marinas and golf courses are closed or limited - particularly at parks in southeastern and northeastern Oklahoma.
He says a list of high-water closures affecting Oklahoma state parks can be found at www.oklahomaparks.com.
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