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Kamloops pier and trail are open again

FILE PHOTO: The pier at Riverside Park is no longer closed due to high water levels.

KAMLOOPS - Thanks to the continued decline in river levels, parks are returning to normal in Kamloops.

The City of Kamloops has opened the pier at Riverside Park and the Rivers Trail between Riverside Park and Pioneer Park. The receding water means both areas are safe for public use again.

Caution is still advised for those in the area, and a some temporary flood protection is still in effect.

As water levels continue to decline they will be removed.


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