Ongoing roadwork in Florida’s Gulf Islands National Seashore prompted 167 people to cancel campground reservations for the Thanksgiving holiday, the National Park Service said.

According to the Pensacola News Journal, the campers were forced to change their plans after heavy rains from Hurricane Nate in October washed away sections of the National Park Service road to Fort Pickens and State Road 399, between Pensacola Beach and Navarre.

With the campgrounds closed, the Pensacola Beach RV Resort is the only place on the beach open to campers, said Aimee Dumas, an employee of the resort.

“A lot of times, people will drive all the way here, and find out (the national park) is closed. That means we are the only option,” she said.

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