- Cape Split — Cape Split has reopened.
- Caribou-Munroes Island – Recent testing has shown that the park’s potable water supply contains Uranium slightly above the maximum allowable concentration as recommended by Health Canada. Campers and picnickers should bring their own supply of water for drinking and cooking. Water at the park may, however, be used for washing.
- Graves Island – Boil order in effect.
- Blomidon – Boil order in group site only
- Dollar Lake - Brook Trail is closed to prevent users from being exposed to poison ivy.
- Usige Ban Falls - Gillis Bridge on North Branch Road just past the park is closed until further notice.
- Smileys - Bridge on Clayton McKay Road in Brooklyn is open with a five tonne weight restriction. Detour options: Eastbound traffic on Ashdale, heading to McKay Rd turn right on Woodville Rd, then right on McKay. Westbound on McKay heading to Ashdale Rd and Smiley's Park, stay on Mckay, turn left on Woodville, turn left on Ashdale and for Smiley's Park, left on Clayton Mckay Rd.
- Park Redevelopment – We’re improving to make future camping stays more enjoyable! We apologize for any inconvenience but we have closed the following campsites for the 2014 season.
- Five Islands – Sites 1 to 44, 85 to 87
- Mira River – Sites 1 to 63
Please be advised that heavy equipment will be working in various areas of these parks. Park visitors should obey warning signs and barricades, and stay well away from the worksite.
- Graves Island - A new electronic entrance gate system is now in place. Campers will be charged a $3 deposit for the card. This charge will be refunded upon the return of the card when their camping stay is over. Please stop at the admin building when leaving to receive the $3 refund.
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