Waterloo Broadcasting's Cory Ford took a ride with Park Ranger Gary Dusenberry to see the impact of the flooding at George Wyth State Park. 

Dusenberry said that they have taken all the precautions they know of to protect what they can in the park. He said that lessons learned in 2008 were crucial to make sure they could save as much as they could before the Cedar River crests sometime this weekend.

Docks have been pulled and anchored to posts to make sure they don't float away, shacks and toiletries have been removed from the campsites and bathrooms. The gate has been locked and no entry is mandatory.