A local state park is calling for reinforcement to help deal with its low water supply. Cheaha State Park has taken a hard hit with the lack of rain. The state park is self-sufficient and self-funded, which means they usually just have to rely on rainfall for their water needs. They're asking for visitors to only use water when necessary. And last week, the park had a tanker to deliver 50,000 gallons of water. Cheaha State Park Superintendent Tammy Power says they are thankful for all the help people are giving. Power also says that the best thing you can do is to take care of the park and keep the funds flowing.