All Eau Claire Co. beaches closed due to high bacteria levels

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EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) -- The Health Department’s Environmental Health Lab samples the water at six public beaches each week throughout the summer for bacteria levels.

Beaches include: Riverview Park, Big Falls, Half Moon Lake, Lake Altoona, Lake Eau Claire and Coon Fork Beach and Campground. Right now, all Eau Claire County beaches are closed for high bacteria levels.

To follow the beach closings and openings,click here.

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