A popular park in the North Platte area is recovering from last summer's flooding.
Cody Park and Buffalo Bill campground were under 2 feet of water when the North Platte River surged beyond its banks.
Aric Riggins, superintendent of Buffalo Bill Estate Historical says that a lot of work has been done to return the park to its former condition.
He credits the community with minimizing the flood damage.
Volunteers helped fill sandbags during the flood and replanted more than 100 trees once the water receded.
The flooding resulted from greater releases of water into the North Platte River from Lake McConaughy, upstream from where the river merges with the South Platte to form the Platte River.