HOMER (AP) -- It could cost up to $1 million to make repairs to the state park at Deep Creek caused by last weekend's floods.
A big chunk of campground at the park in Ninilchik disappeared in the floods, which caused major damage to state park facilities on the Lower Kenai Peninsula.
''We're not certain how we will rebuild or whether we'll do nothing for now,'' said Kenai state parks superintendent Chris Degernes. ''The hydrologist told us the river will continue taking out more of the campground until it settles down.''
Lesser damage was reported to campgrounds and access roads at the Anchor River and Clam Gulch state parks.
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