Grand Isle Beaches Reopen Nearly 7 Months After Hurricane Ida

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Early morning waves crash along the beach in Grand Isle, Louisiana. (Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images)

The beaches of Grand Isle are reopened to the public, seven months after Hurricane Ida wrecked the town last year.

City leaders made the announcement on Tuesday.

Mayor David Camardelle says safe access to the beach has been restored.

Nearly a dozen public beach crossovers are available to golf carts and UTVs, and one for pedestrians only.

Most of the crossovers feature parking.

All of the crossovers are marked by signs on Highway 1 and on the beach.

More information is available online.

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