Missouri State Parks is extending the comment period regarding three closed and undeveloped state parks through Saturday, Jan. 6.

Missouri State Parks is extending the comment period regarding three closed and undeveloped state parks through Saturday, Jan. 6.

The vendor who provides online survey services for Missouri State Parks will perform maintenance beginning at 7 p.m. Central Time Friday, Jan. 5, and lasting for approximately 12 hours. During this time, citizens will be unable to submit comments about the three closed state park properties through the online surveys. Officials apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Missouri State Parks held a series of public meetings in early December to discuss the future of three state park properties. The three properties, which have not been developed and are currently closed, are Ozark Mountain State Park in Taney County, Bryant Creek State Park in Douglass County and Jay Nixon State Park in Reynolds County. The meetings also kicked off a month-long comment period originally set to close Friday, Jan. 5.

For more information and to complete an online survey, go to mostateparks.com .