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Camping Whitewater State Park

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I called the park and they are open for camping and a camp site will cost $20. Has anyone camped there this year? Has clean up been completed from the flooding?

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Haven't been there in a couple of years. I think it just reopened around June 1st.

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No. It is not "completely" cleaned up. Indeed, some trails will remian closed for a while, but the park is certainly usable.

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Do you know how far of a walk it is from the camp groud to the nearest stream? Is the camp groud itself pretty secure?

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