Lone Star Mountain, Texas (CNN) — The Lone Star Mountains are the second-largest mountain range in the world and it’s the home of the Lone Star National Park and the Lone Stars Ice Cream Parlor.
The Lone Stars, located in northern Texas, are located on the western edge of the Grand Canyon.
In 2017, the Grand River overflowed its banks and flooded the surrounding area.
The water was so high that it forced the closure of the roads and bridges in the area.
The floodwaters washed over and washed out the trail system and led to the closure and closure of many trails.
A small area of the park remains closed due to the flooding and the water, which also blocked access to some of the trails.
In the meantime, the park is open, but the trail and campgrounds are only accessible by foot and are inaccessible by vehicle.
This is the second time in less than a decade that the LoneStar National Park has been affected by a flood.
In 2018, a landslide caused the collapse of a section of the Trail of Tears and caused a partial loss of the surrounding terrain.
In 2019, the creek that flows into the canyon was again inundated, forcing the closure for a few days.
At the time, it was the second year in a row that the park had been closed due the flood.