Another chapter of Hurricane Michael is coming to an end this Monday. Monday at 9:000 a.m. the Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s Florida Park Service is hosting a ceremony celebrating the reopening of Three Rivers State Park for day use following the impacts of Hurricane Michael. DEP Secretary Noah Valenstein and members of DEP’s Land and Recreation leadership will be in attendance and will speak to the park’s recovery efforts.
The park, which experienced significant damage from Hurricane Michael, is named for the three main rivers that converge within its boundaries to form Lake Seminole: the Apalachicola, the Chattahoochee and the Flint. With the park’s reopening, visitors can once again enjoy this amazing natural resource.
The public is invited to attend the grand reopening of Three Rivers State Park and tour the park to acquaint themselves all over again with all the park as to offer.
The Park is located at 7908 Three Rivers Park Road in Sneads, Florida.
Following the ceremony, Secretary Valenstein will visit Torreya State Park, which sustained impacts from Hurricane Michael and reopened for day use in December 2018.
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