The road leading from Hwy. 136 to Gavilon Grain in Rock Port, Missouri, is completely undriveable. A steady current continues to flow under and over the road and chunks of road are missing. As you can see in the lower left hand corner, the ground that once was under the road is also gone in sections.
Though the floodwaters along Hwy. 136 between Rock Port, Missouri, and Brownville, Nebraska, are still there, work continues on making the highway structurally sound for those working in that part of the county. A temporary bridge was erected over a section of road that is now gone. The highway is still closed to all non-working traffic and will remain so for quite some time.
RiversEdge Campground, which sits north of Hwy. 136 between Rock Port, Missouri, and Brownville, Nebraska, continues to be inundated with water. The water has receded some (take a look at the discoloration of the building due to where the water line once sat) but the building is ruined.
Though the football field in Rock Port has not been underwater continuously since March, it has flooded several times, including this past weekend when 6-8 inches of rain fell overnight Saturday, July 20, and into Sunday, July 21.
Rock Creek flowed way beyond its banks after 6-8 inches of rain fell overnight Saturday, July 20, and Sunday, July 21. Pictured is water creeping up to the residence of Kyle and Carrie Driskell in Rock Port.