Keyhole superintendent advises caution


July 1, 2021

Due to the extreme drought conditions and ever-decreasing water levels at the Keyhole State Park reservoir, Superintendent Wade Henderson advises guests to be cautious as they enjoy the park. With the burn ban in effect this summer, no open flame is allowed including in the propane-fed open-topped grills provided at most camp sites. “They are [currently] illegal. People can have gas or propane grills with non-transparent lids,” Henderson says. Henderson also warns guests playing on the water. “[While] the deeper parts of the reservoir are still around 60 feet, other areas are only a...

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