The mayor of a northwestern Indiana city is closing Lake Michigan beaches to stop the coronavirus. IL - Beaches are closing, dunes are dense on Memorial Day weekend and the spread has spread to other parts of the state, according to the Indiana Department of Natural Resources (IDNR).
People looking to relax in the sun will not be able to visit Indiana this Memorial Day weekend due to the outbreak of the coronavirus in Lake Michigan. The National Park Service said Thursday it is closing beaches and dunes at Great Lakes Dunes National Lakeshore in Michigan and will remain closed throughout the summer. As a result, we close all 300 feet of water within the park indefinitely and all water up to 300 feet from the shore, except for a small portion of lake water. On Thursday, the National Park Service closed the lakesides of Grand Lake and Dunedin National Parks in Indiana after a chemical accident that killed hundreds of fish in the area, and the dune areas near Grand Lakes National Wildlife Refuge in Illinois and Dune Valley National Recreation Area in Wisconsin and Lake Superior in Michigan will be closed this summer, according to a news release.
Starting Saturday morning, visitors can call 219-395-1003 to listen to recorded information from the Indiana Department of Natural Resources and Indiana Dunes State Park. Additional beach parking will be available in the Dünental car park on the north side of the park. From 10 a.m. on Saturday, May 31, as soon as you enter IndianaDunes State Park from North 25 East, you will head north to the parking lots.
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