Brighton Beach, Enger Park Reopen; Parts of Skyline Still Closed

Brighton Beach, Enger Park Reopen; Parts of Skyline Still Closed Photo: WDIO-TV

Updated: April 19, 2019 05:55 PM

Duluth's Brighton Beach and Enger Park have reopened in time for Easter weekend, but portions of Skyline Parkway remain closed.

Advertisement – Content Continues Below

The city had closed Brighton Beach last week due to storm debris from Lake Superior collecting on the roadway, which had already been damaged by previous storms.  The debris has now been removed.

Elsewhere, Enger Park opened for the season Thursday.  Portable restrooms, which are used until the fixed restrooms are opened for the season, were brought in Friday.

Meanwhile, the seasonal reopening of portions of Skyline Parkway have been delayed due to recent weather.  West Skyline Parkway from 100th Avenue West to Becks Road remains closed, as well as East Skyline Parkway in the area of Seven Bridges Road.

Other segments of Skyline Parkway, including a stretch near Enger Park that was reconstructed last year, are open.

Copyright 2019 WDIO-TV LLC, a Hubbard Broadcasting Company. All rights reserved

Relay Media Amp

Protesters Disrupt 1st Meeting on Minnesota Police Shootings

After Nearly 70 Years, Ashland Family Says 'Goodbye' to Fallen Veteran

Central St. Louis Co. Fair Bringing Fun to Meadowlands

Bear Blamed in Highway 2 Crash

ArcelorMittal Apologizes for Spill that Killed Fish, Closed Beaches

Bad River Band Granted Funds for Green Projects