HORRY COUNTY, S.C. (WBTW) — Ocean Lakes Family Campground began allowing new campers to check in on Saturday after being closed because of damage from Hurricane Ian, according to an update on the campground’s Facebook page.

The campground began allowing new campers at 3 p.m. Saturday. However, the campground experience may look different for a few days.

“Please understand that some of our amenities cannot open or operate today,” the post said. “Our team remains in ‘Clean Up and Repair Mode’ for the next few days, so please pardon the mess in a few areas.”

The campground said the decision to close its doors to new camping guests was based on safety concerns and damage from Hurricane Ian. The campground said it was addressing water, power, and electrical issues.

Halloweekends activities for last weekend were also canceled.

“We apologize, we know it is disappointing, and appreciate your understanding,” the campground said in a Facebook post.

The latest updates from the campground can be found on the Ocean Lakes Family Campground website.