The park continues to recover from the flooding that severely damaged facilities last month. Effective this coming Monday, visitors will be allowed to enter the park and drive to the visitor center, which will be open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Restrooms will be functional. Although the water system is still undergoing repairs, bottled drinking will be sold on site. Despite this partial reopening, there are still many areas of the park that are considered hazardous due to rubble, debris, and instability. In the interest of public safety, visitors will not be allowed into these areas. Prohibited areas include all trails, any areas off the paved road, the picnic area, and the road to Montezuma Pass beyond the visitor center. These restrictions apply to all traffic, including pedestrians, cyclists, and drivers. Rangers will be on duty to enforce these closures. For more information, call 520-366-5515.