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Welcome to Canyon Lake

Our Core Missions:

  • Provide flood damage reduction to the Guadalupe River Basin below Canyon Lake
  • Manage the natural land and water resources
  • Support the military in times of peace or war
  • Offer some of the best water recreation opportunities in Texas

Local Water and Weather Conditions

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Canyon Lake
28 NOV 2022
Current Elevation Normal Elevation Currently Releasing Current Wind Speed Current Wind Direction Max Wind Speed (Last 6 Hours)
899.66 ft 909.00 ft 66 cfs 2.80 mph 227.00 deg
9.17 mph
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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

Camping Reservations:
1-800-444-6777

Lake Coordinates
N 29°51.669’

W 98°11.765’

 

 

Camping Reservations

1-877-444-6777

or

www.recreation.gov

Pass Program Info

America the Beautiful

Senior Pass Access Pass

Military Pass

LINKS

US Army Corps of Engineers Home Page

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Latest News and Updates

Burn Ban

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

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

Camping/RV Parks

As of June 4th 2021, Canyon Lake's camping and RV parks are now on the reservation system . This means you can not get a site unless you have a reservation.

Please access Recreation.Gov online to book a site; you can book 6 months in advance. The following parks are listed.

  • Potters Creek Park: RV and tent camping
  • Cranes Mill Park: RV and tent camping
  • North Park: Primitive tent camping (starting June 4th, 2021)

Pack it in, Pack it out

We ask that you help reduce the litter on the ground. We have increased the number of collection locations. Bring your litter to the dumpster so the shore stays clean. Always remember to recreate responsibly.

The following activities are ILLEGAL

at Canyon Lake. Please refer to Title 36. Link provided HERE .

Illegal Activity Solution
Cliff Diving Swim in designated swim areas: Comal Park, Canyon Park
Destruction of Public Property by LITTER Pack It In, Pack It Out. We provide trash receptacles in ALL park. Please use them.
Camping in areas not designated for camping like the shore and islands.

You MUST be in a designated park and campsite

Use RECREATION.GOV for Camping opportunities.

Consumption of Alcohol in Overlook Park Alcohol and water does not mix.

PLEASE PACK IN, PACK OUT all your trash and personal items.

Comal Park and Canyon Park

  • Under New Management
  • The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers no longer manages Comal Park or Canyon Park.
  • We still own the facilities, but they have been leased to WORD of Comal County.
  • If you have any questions, or concerns related to the park, please check their website shown below or give them a call.

https://wordcc.com/
Office: (830) 907-2300

America The Beautiful Passes

You May pick up any Pass directly at the Cranes Mill Gatehouse. You may also go online to make such purchases at https:\\store.usgs.gov
If you need information, please contact us at (830) 964-3341.

Water Safety Message

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, Pick Up the Jacket
  • Use the link below to access our monthly message with links to articles and videos.

Call: 888-772-4666

Events

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EVENT Date / Time Decription

National Public Lands Day

and

Fall Community Clean up

Saturday the 1st of October 2022

Potential date for the fall clean up is the 1st of October. Date may change as the year progresses.

Check back here later for the registration link.


Annual Rambler

120 Challenge

Adventure Race

TBD for 2022

Rambler 120 is designed as a team event to build esprit de corps among units, improve fitness levels and foster an enjoyment of the outdoors. Team members compete in a 22-mile bike ride, six-mile run, two-mile rafting trip and a mystery event announced the day of the race. The event is held at the Joint base San Antonio Recreation Park at Canyon Lake.

For Information on date and time use the link below to watch for the posting when it appears.

Information

4th Annual Car

Show at

Canyon Dam

Sunday, 16th October 2022

You can get details here.

Dam Community Alliance


Bobber the Dog!

Wear your life jacket