All beaches are open this weekend across the Lake area.
The Missouri DNR reports no swimming issues for Public beach # 1 and # 2 at Lake of the Ozarks State park.
Only the Campground beach on Truman Lake remains closed due to flood damage.
Cuivre River State Park, 678 State Rt 147, Troy
Finger Lakes State Park, 1505 E. Peabody Rd, Columbia
Harry S Truman State Park Day Use Beach, 28761 State Park Rd, Warsaw
Lake of the Ozarks State Park Public Beach 1, 403 Hwy 134, Kaiser
Lake of the Ozarks State Park Grand Glaize Beach, off Hwy 54, Osage Beach
Lake Wappapello State Park, Hwy 172, Williamsville
Long Branch State Park, 28615 Visitor Center Rd, Macon
Mark Twain State Park, 37352 Shrine Rd, Florida, Mo
Pomme de Terre State Park Pittsburg Beach, Hwy 64B, Pittsburg
Pomme de Terre State Park Hermitage Beach, Hwy 64B, Pittsburg
St. Joe State Park Monsanto Lake Beach, 2800 Pimville Rd, Park Hills
St. Joe State Park Pim Lake Beach, 2800 Pimville Rd, Park Hills
Stockton State Park, 19100 S. Hwy 215, Dadeville
Thousand Hills State Park, 20431 State Hwy. 157, Kirksville
Trail of Tears State Park, 429 Moccasin Springs, Jackson
Wakonda State Park, 32836 State Park Rd, La Grange
Watkins Woolen Mill State Park, 26600 Park Rd N, Lawson*
*Advisory – Swimming is not recommended
Swimming is not recommended if the geometric mean of the weekly water quality sample results exceeds the equivalent of 190 E. coli colonies per 100 milliliters of water (190 mpn/100 mL). The following beaches exceed the 190 mpn/100 mL recommendation.
Watkins Woolen Mill State Park, 26600 Park Rd N, Lawson
Harry S Truman State Park Campground Beach, 28761 State Park Rd, Warsaw – Beach closed due to flood damage.