Contact Information

Mailing Address:

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Canyon Lake Office
601 C.O.E. Road
Canyon Lake, Texas 78133

Hours: M-F 8am - 4:30pm
Phone:  (830) 964-3341
Fax:  (830) 964-2215

Lake Coordinates
N 29°51.669’

W 098°11.765’



Camping Reservations



Pass Program Info

America the Beautiful

Senior Pass Access Pass

Military Pass


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Welcome to Canyon Lake

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Fort Worth District welcomes you to Canyon Lake, located in South Central Texas.

Our Core Missions:

Provide flood damage reduction to the Guadalupe River Basin below Canyon Lake, supply water to local municipalities and offer some of the best water recreation in Texas.

The links below will take you to information lower on this page.

Current Lake Elevation    Latest News    Special Events    Canyon Lake Images    Natural Resources    Water Safety


Leaf Cutter Nest

Leafs Cutters Ants At Work.


Latest News and Updates

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The county wide burn band was reinstated on the 9th of October.

Please click on a link below to see the latest ruling and guidelines set up by Comal Count.

Comal County Fire Marshall

Click on the link below to see the guidleines for burning and cooking in the parks during a burn ban.

Park Rules     Picture Guide


Park Hours

All Parks will open at 8am from this time forward.

To view a full yearly park schedule, CLICK HERE


NEW Water Safety

This month we are covering The Top 5 Excuses for NOT wearing a life jacket.

Excuses don't save lives, Life Jackets Do, Drop The Excuse, Wear the Jacket

Use the link below to access our monthly message with links to articles and videos.

Water Safety Messages

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Facility Closures/Openings

Click link below to see which ramps, docks and parks are open or closed.

Closure Info

Park Reservations

Potters Creek Park or Cranes Mill Park

Use to make reservations

You can book 6 months in advance, so don't wait.

Reservations fill up months in advance!

Make your reservation now before all the sites are taken!


Special Events

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Future Event
Event When Location Project Description Contact


Click on forms below to download

To register for NPLD this year, please download the forms on the right, fill them in and get them to us. You can email, fax or bring them to us in person.
Sept 11th Freedom Walk
11th Sept. 2014
Overlook Park and Canyon Dam
Walk to remember our fallen was successful.
National Public Lands Day (NPLD)

3rd Saturday

in September

Canyon Lake

(project: TBD)

Project TBD:
Sign up for updates via email


Info Packet

Registration Form

Volunteer Agreement Form

Canyon Lake Images

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Historic Canyon Lake Image Game

Can You Guess The Location Of This Historic Image?

Historic Office Image

Stock Archive Photo

Answer: Original Lake Office for Canyon Lake.

If you have any old or current images of the lake, water recreation activities or local animals from around Canyon Lake that you want to share, then please send a copy to us and we will rotate the images above so others can see your shared memories. You can email the pics to the email address listed on the contacts page.

Natural Resources

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We all have a responsibility to protect our natural resources.

Clicking on the title above will take you to our page that is dedicated to this topic. Please click to learn.

Water Safety

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We have recreational water safety videos, books and handouts available to anyone that needs them. They are great for teaching your kids or for school programs. Please contact the office to find out how to get your copies today. Canyon Lake has supplies currently in stock and available FREE to anyone and everyone on a first come first serve bases.


Local Water Safety Message

Please click on the link to the right to go directly to our Local Water Safety Messages. This message will have updates periodically as needed.



Water Safety Messages





National Security

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National Security

The Department of Homeland Security recently replaced the color-coded Homeland Security Advisory System with a new system to advise the public on current security issues in the country. The new process is call the National Terrorism Advisory system, or NTAS. To read more about the system please use the link below.



Nation wide alerts appear in the box below when issued.




October 10, 2014