Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) --- Jay Cooke State Park continues to reopen following the 2012 floods.
Minnesota Department of Transportation officials announced that the new Highway 210 Bridge in Jay Cooke State Park is open and may be accessed from the park.
Motorists can drive across the new bridge and travel as far as Oldenburg Point where they will be required to turn around.
Highway 210 will remain closed from Oldenburg Point to Jay Cooke Road until Minnesota Power Company completes the construction work they are doing in the Forbay Lake area.
The new Highway 210 Bridge was completed in early-November.
Posted to the web by Krista Burns