Water quality samples taken at various Missouri State Park beaches confirm bacteria levels are significantly lower this week. However, the Grand Glaize Beach at Lake of the Ozarks State Park will remain closed due to a high geometric mean, according to the Missouri Department of Natural Resources. Even though the bacteria levels at Grand Glaize Beach, also known as Public Beach #2, were minimal, the beach will remain closed because the overall geometric mean exceeds the department’s standard for state park beaches. The park’s Public Beach #1, which is located in Kaiser, remains open. All other facilities at Lake of the Ozarks State Park are also open and available to visitors.