Please note, venues listed on this page are generally partially and/or temporarily closed. Since conditions can change quickly, the DNR advises people to check the individual state park, state trail, or state forest web pages or call the DNR Information Center at 651-296-6157 or toll-free 888-646-6367 for the latest information.
Temporary road and trail closures are updated Thursdays after 2 p.m.
- Some rivers are still high from recent flooding. Hazards to be prepared for include fast moving water, debris, eroded banks and downed trees. You can find some good river paddling and boating opportunities by keeping an eye on river levels and by contacting your local DNR office for more information. When you plan to be on the water, use caution and wear your life jacket. If you see logjams or flood damage at public water accesses, campsites or rest areas – please report conditions. (Updated July 10, 2014)
- Many trails and roads have temporary closures in effect due to wet conditions in state forests, parks, recreation areas and wildlife management areas.
- Road and trail users should pay particular attention to state forest closures. A closed forest means that all roads and trails are closed. Signs will be posted at entry points and parking lots. The closures include all unmarked roads and trails, unless specifically listed.
Temporary closures along trails
Public water accesses and fishing piers
The DNR recommends contacting the nearest DNR area office for more information about whether specific accesses are open or closed.