Canyon Lake’s Potter’s Creek Boat Ramp #20 Closes Due to Drought

map of boat ramps
Image courtesy of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Another Canyon Lake boat ramp will close this week due to drought.

Potter’s Creek Park Ramp #20 east, located inside the park, will close by Friday due to very low lake levels. As of Monday, July 18, Canyon Lake was at 895.17 feet and 72.9% full.

Only five of Canyon Lake’s 23 boat ramps are still open: The only free ramps are #6, #17, and #21. Admission to Canyon Park, #18, is $5/$20, and Canyon Lake Marina, #19, is $30.

The Potter’s Creek ramp and Potter’s Creek Park are operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which made the announcement on Recreation.gov.

Potter’s Creek Park is a beautiful “Class A” park located on the northwest side of Canyon Lake. It includes 114 modern RV campsites, seven screened shelters, 10 designated tent-camping sites and five family sites. Usage of park is restricted to paid camping guests.

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