(UNDATED) - Most of Indiana's state parks and reservoirs are open and ready to enjoy despite recent storms.
The Department of Natural Resources says the beaches at Mississinewa Lake and Roush Lake have reopened after closures due to high water.
Storm-related closures of trails, boat ramps and campgrounds are still affecting a handful of facilities.
A couple of beaches remain closed because of flooding but all the state parks are open for business.
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