CCSO temporarily closing Parker Canyon Lake marina for training - Tucson News Now

CCSO temporarily closing Parker Canyon Lake marina for training exercise

(Source: fs.usda.gov) (Source: fs.usda.gov)
COCHISE COUNTY, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The marina at Parker Canyon Lake will temporarily be closed on Thursday, Nov. 17 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., for a training exercise involving the Cochise County Sheriff's Office Search and Rescue group, according to a release from the U.S. Forest Service. 

Two parking lots are also included in the temporary closure. According to the release a training exercise will be conducted in the cove just north of the marina and personnel in boats will be stationed close, to ensure visitors stay clear of the training area. The marina will reopen to public use after the training exercise has been completed. 

Lakeview Campground will not be affected by this temporary closure and training session, it will remain open to the public for overnight camping or day use.  In addition the Rock Bluff Group Site will remain open and can be reserved by clicking here

For more information on the closure please call the Sierra Vista Ranger District Office at (520) 378-0311.

Copyright 2016 Tucson News Now. All rights reserved.

MOBILE USERS: Download our app, to get breaking news alerts, weather forecasts and exclusive content on your Apple and Android devices.

  • Trending StoriesTrending StoriesMore>>

  • Severe reaction to new sandals leads woman on a painful path

    Severe reaction to new sandals leads woman on a painful path

        One woman wants to warn people about her painful path, the result of a severe and debilitating allergic reaction.  She had no idea what she was allergic to until she visited a fourth emergency room in two weeks.    

    One woman wants to warn people about her painful path, the result of a severe and debilitating allergic reaction. She had no idea what she was allergic to until she visited a fourth emergency room in two weeks.    

  • 'The Phantom' serial killer of children out of prison, living in Tucson

    'The Phantom' serial killer of children out of prison, living in Tucson

    Thursday, April 27 2017 12:17 AM EDT2017-04-27 04:17:43 GMT
    Friday, April 28 2017 11:32 PM EDT2017-04-29 03:32:02 GMT
    Convicted killer William Huff was spotted riding his bicycle through a Tucson neighborhood. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)Convicted killer William Huff was spotted riding his bicycle through a Tucson neighborhood. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    William Huff terrorized Sierra Vista during the spring and summer of 1967. Despite a sentence of 40 years to life, the Arizona Board of Executive Clemency voted to release him from prison into home arrest. Family members of the victims are concerned for the safety of the community, as are new members of the Clemency Board. CBS 5 Investigates videotaped Huff riding a bike through his Tucson neighborhood. There are no restrictions placed on his proximity to children.

    William Huff terrorized Sierra Vista during the spring and summer of 1967. Despite a sentence of 40 years to life, the Arizona Board of Executive Clemency voted to release him from prison into home arrest. Family members of the victims are concerned for the safety of the community, as are new members of the Clemency Board. CBS 5 Investigates videotaped Huff riding a bike through his Tucson neighborhood. There are no restrictions placed on his proximity to children. 

  • BREAKING

    1 dead, NWS issues tornado warnings for ETX

    1 dead, NWS issues tornado warnings for ETX

    Saturday, April 29 2017 11:07 PM EDT2017-04-30 03:07:50 GMT

    Severe thunderstorm warnings were issued Saturday for multiple East Texas counties.

    Severe thunderstorm warnings were issued Saturday for multiple East Texas counties.

Powered by Frankly