Partial Body Contact Advisory Issued for Acme Bayside Park
Michiganders should not have contact above the waist with the water at Acme Bayside Park in Grand Traverse County due to high E.coli levels.
The Grand Traverse County Health Department released its weekly beach report Thursday. Beach samples are collected once a week, and E. coli levels may not meet EGLE’s standards between sampling days.
Acme Bayside Park is currently at a level two water quality index, which means people can wade, fish or go boating, but shouldn’t have any contact with the water above the waist.
All other beaches in Grand Traverse Bay are at level one of EGLE’s water quality index, meaning that E.coli levels are standard for people to have full body contact with the water.
Statistics from this week’s beach report can be found below: