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Some Florida parks closed by flooding from Isaac

If you’re planning a road trip to one of Florida’s state or national parks over the Labor Day weekend, be warned: many were closed because of flooding or other problems caused by Tropical Storm (now Hurricane) Isaac.

Big Cypress and Everglades National Park reopened on Tuesday, and Dry Tortugas National Park is scheduled to reopen Thursday.

South Florida state parks are open, but some have closed specific facilities such as their visitors center or bicycle trails. Flooding problems were more extensive in the Panhandle, and many state parks there remain closed. FloridaRambler has compiled a list that you can check here. Or click here for the state’s list. 

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