Mud Mountain Dam park closes

It’s all a part of social distancing.

The Cayuse Shelter at Mud Mountain Dam Park will reopen after the coronavirus outbreak. Photo courtesy US Army Corps of Engineers

The Cayuse Shelter at Mud Mountain Dam Park will reopen after the coronavirus outbreak. Photo courtesy US Army Corps of Engineers

Mud Mountain Dam Park is following suit with recent closures.

According to Bill Dowell at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Public Affairs Office in Seattle, the park will be closed until further notice in order to “support efforts in mitigating the spread of COVID-19 in our communities,” an online notice reads.

There is no proposed re-opening date, Dowell continued.

For updates, visit www.facebook.com/USACENWS/, or the Corps’ public website at go.usa.gov/xdeV6.


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