Update - What's open and what's still closed on Lake Texoma

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LAKE TEXOMA (KXII) - UPDATE - After a rainy spring caused water levels to rise ten feet above normal on Lake Texoma, the lake has receded just in time for the 4th of July and many popular spots on the lake have reopened.

Here's what OPEN as of 5 p.m. Friday, according to the Army Corps Of Engineers:

Spillway Boat Ramp Open

Juniper West Campground Open Camping Available--Boat Ramp Closed

Platter Flats Campground Open Camping Available--Boat Ramp Closed *Sites A24, B20 Closed -- All future reservations are cancelled through 7/02/2019

Caney Creek Campground Open Camping Available--Boat ramp Closed *Sites A14--A24, A26 and A30 -- All future reservations are cancelled through 7/02/2019

Johnson Creek Campground Open Camping Available--Boat Ramp Closed

Buncombe Creek Campground Open Camping Available--Boat ramp Closed * B 1--6, A9 Closed-- All future reservations are cancelled through 6/30/2019

Preston Bend Open Camping Available--Boat Ramp Closed

Texas Damsite Open Camping Available

East Burns Run Day Use Open
West Burns Run Day Open

Catfish Bay Campground and Boat Ramp Open

And here's what remains closed, according to the Corps:

On the Texas side of the lake, boat ramps at Grandpappy Point and Highport Marinas are OPEN.

Still closed:

Willow Springs (Mead) Boat Dock/Ramp CLOSED....