JACKSON, MS (WLOX) – A new report says Flint Creek and the other parks run by the Pat Harrison Waterway District have enough money in the bank to remain open for another 18.5 years. Their futures beyond 2036 are the focus of a new Mississippi Legislative PEER committee analysis.
That report says two factors will determine the long-term viability of the waterway district and its parks. One factor is keeping counties in the district. Factor number two is the Lake George project.