A popular state park in Duluth that was closed for four months after devastating floods is set to reopen Monday, the Duluth News Tribune reported.
Restrictions will remain in place at Jay Cooke State Park, however, since repairs have yet to be completed after the floods swept away roads, trails and bridges.
The floods swept through Northeastern Minnesota in mid-June.
Gov. Mark Dayton lost an appeal with FEMA in August over the agency's denial of individual flood assistance.