Boaters Beware: Only Six of Canyon Lake’s 23 Boat Ramps Open for Fourth of July Holiday

Boat Ramp #7.
Canyon Lake boat ramp #7.

Only six of Canyon Lake’s 23 boat ramps will be open over the Fourth of July holiday.

As of Friday, June 30, Canyon Lake is  74.4% full at 896.02 feet. The status of each boat ramp depends on the level of water in the Canyon Reservoir. The parameters are not the same for each boat ramp.

Boat ramps still open

  • Free ramps are #6, #17 and #21.
  • The fee for entering Canyon Park, home of #18, is $5 per vehicle for Comal County residents and $20 for visitors. Canyon Park closes at capacity. For realtime status updates, visit the park’s Facebook page.
  • Canyon Lake Marina, #19, is privately operated. The fee is $30.
  • Boat ramp #20 is located inside Potter’s Creek Park, which is operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The fee is $30 for day trippers and $35 for overnight campers.

It is illegal to park, swim, hang out or launch non-motorized watercraft at closed boat ramps.

For more information about boat ramps, visit our page “Are the Canyon Lake Boat Ramps Open?


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