Additional facilities reopened on Friday, September 11, under the new phase 2.5 guidelines.
All facilities are OPEN except for the community building, which will remain CLOSED.
All facilities are OPEN.
All facilities are OPEN except for the community building and the day-use swim beach area, which includes shelter #1.
Campground areas 1 and 2, group camping area campground boat ramp, Wildlife Resources Commission boat ramp, and hiking trail are OPEN.
Campground area 3, picnic areas, shelters, beach area, and playground are CLOSED.
J.C. Cooper Campground:
Campground areas 1 and 2, campground boat ramp and trail are OPEN.
Area 3 campground and group are CLOSED.
All facilities are OPEN except for the day-use swim beach.
Campground areas 1 and 3, picnic shelter, and all Nutbush Bridge boat ramps are OPEN.
The visitor center is open (staffing dependent) but the exhibit room is closed. The trail at the visitor center and the Satterwhite Point Marina boat ramp are OPEN.
All other facilities are CLOSED.
Other notes: Shower houses will be available but smaller restrooms in the campgrounds may be closed. Cleaning the shower houses will take longer than normal due to disinfecting procedures. Trash cans will not be available at the campsites, so campers will have to take their own trash to the dumpsters.
A properly worn mask or face covering, covering both the nose and the mouth, is required to enter the visitor center.
During phase 2.5, swim beaches and facilities in their proximity will remain closed, as will the 100-person Satterwhite Point/JC Cooper group camping area.
Please note that this alert is updated only when something changes. Generally, state parks are following the phased reopening statewide. As of September 11, we are following the new guidelines under phase 2.5.