Saturday is National Get Outdoors Day. Events are planned at just about every campground and visitor center in Missouri state parks. But not at Grand Glaize Beach at Lake of the Ozarks. The beach will remain closed over the weekend because of high bacteria levels . “We do have a great weekend lined up, and people will be able to get out and enjoy the great outdoors,” says Stat PArks Director Bill Bryan, “I certainly hope this doesn’t stop them. There’s plenty of other things to do in the parks in the Lake Area.” This is the second time in three weeks that the beach, also known as Public Beach Number Two, in Lake of the Ozarks State Park has been closed due to high E. coli samples. The Missouri Department of Natural Resources may consider further testing to determine the source of high bacteria readings in the water.