April 16, 2006 -- 9:10 PM CST
POWHATAN, AR -- Lake Charles S
"It's really sad," said Phyllis Rogers of Jonesboro. "Besides spoiling the look and everything, it just hurts the fishermen."
The average depth of the
The park's revenue has gone down due to the drought, but that hasn't stopped diehard camper Charles Noel from camping out.
"It's a nice park...and well maintained and good management...easy to get along with, said Noel.
Park Superintendent Randall Watts said that fishermen haven’t complained either.
He said that he appreciates the people who have a sense of loyalty to the park
"Our die hearts...people who come here, who are loyal to the park...they're gonna keep coming...I believe," said Watts.
The low water levels are only temporary. The sooner it rains, the sooner the lake will get back to