A public open house is set for next week to address issues at Beltzville State Park.
State and local stakeholders will come together on Thursday, January 17th for the informational session.
It's a chance for the public to ask questions and express concerns about overcrowding and parking issues that have plagued the park for years, especially during high-volume times like holiday weekends.
State officials will also give an update on an ongoing impact study being done at the park.
"We are looking for feedback from the public, we will have comment cards available, they can come talk to us specifically about their concerns or they can fill them out and we will address all of them," said park manager Alma Holmes.
DCNR, the state game commission, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and local state representatives will all be in attendance.
The open house will take place from 4 to 8 Thursday night at the Towamensing Fire Company.