Claystone Beach swimming area closed due to detection of raised E. Coli levels
MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – According to Macon-Bibb County, swimmers will not be allowed at Claystone Beach due to high levels of E. Coli found in the water.
In a news release, Lake Tobesofkee Park Rangers and the Macon Water Authority conducted a regular biweekly test showing an elevated amount of E. Coli at the Claystone Beach swimming area.
Claystone Beach’s swimming area is closed Saturday and Sunday.
The swimming areas at Sandy Beach and Arrowhead Park will be open.