Several Polk County parks are reopening Friday in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma.

Some parks will have limited access.

The following parks are set to reopen:

• Aldine Combie Park

• Bone Valley ATV Park- will open with limited access to trails

• Discounted Day Pass: $5 per person (Friday, Sept. 22 through Mon. Sept 25)

• Christina Park

• East Central Park

• Ft. Meade Park

• Highland City Park (Strickland Pit closed until further notice)

• Homeland Heritage Park

• Hunt Fountain Park

• Jan Phil Park

• Loyce E. Harpe Park- limited access to the public

• Will be used as a hurricane debris site. The annual Haunted Halloween Hayride & Happenings is canceled for this year.

• Mulberry Park

• Northeast Regional Park

• Poinciana Park

• Polk City Park

• Saddle Creek Park

• Saddle Creek Gun Range- is closed through the weekend.

• Will resume normal operating hours on Wednesday, Sept. 27.

• Simmers Young Park- limited access

• Will be used as a hurricane debris site. Simmers Young Dog Park will remain closed until further notice. The park entrance off of K-Ville Road will be closed to the public until further notice. The public can enter the park through American Spirit Blvd. entrance off of Spirit Lake Road.

• Wahneta Park

• Walker Road Park

• Campgrounds

• Arbuckle Campground- closed until further notice

• Rosalie Campground- open

• Coleman Landing Campground- Open

• Port Hatchineha Campground- Open

• Saddle Creek Campground- Open

Go to Polk County's website for more information.