June 24 Lake & River Conditions

We're on the ground, along with this lizard, providing daily updates about lake and river conditions in Canyon Lake and New Braunfels, Texas.

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Current Conditions as of 12:40 a.m.

    • Guadalupe River @ Spring Branch (Upper): 246 cfs
    • Guadalupe River @ Sattler (Lower): 100  cfs
    • Guadalupe River @ New Braunfels: 195 cfs
    • Canyon Lake Reservoir: 905.82 

    Guadalupe River Threshold Flow Status

    • Up to 500 cfs   Recreational
    • 500 – 750 cfs   Challenging
    • 750 – 1000 cfs   Strenuous
    • 1000 – 3000 cfs   Extreme Caution; Tubing Not Recommended
    • 3000+ cfs   Dangerous; Guided Rafts Suggested

    Comal River Threshold Flow Status:

    • 100 – 500 cfs Recreational flow- safe for all activities – tubing open for all levels of swimmers
    • 500 – 1000 cfs Use extreme caution – all activities questionable – flows of this magnitude are usually caused by rainfall and involve turbid water and floating debris – contact river outfitters for more information
    • 1000 cfs River Closed

    Lake and river conditions can change rapidly during periods of heavy rain.

    For realtime streamflow data at all points along the Guadalupe, click here. For realtime streamflow data on the Comal, click here. For a live webcam of the Comal River, click here.  To see U.S. Geological Service realtime data for the Guadalupe River @Sattler (Canyon Lake), click here.

    For more on everything water, visit wordcc.com or gbra.org.

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    4 Comments

    Cindy M Millford March 14, 2021 - 11:10 am

    The link for the canyon lake live cam didn’t work

    Stephanie Johnson March 15, 2021 - 5:36 pm

    Thanks for the catch!

    Nathan December 29, 2020 - 8:41 am

    What is the minimum flow needed to kayak/canoe the guadalupe at spring branch?

    Stephanie Johnson December 31, 2020 - 10:14 pm

    We’re not kayyakers, so not sure! Check with Guadalupe Canoe Libery in Spring Branch or ask Guadalupe River State Park.

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