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My Canyon Lake

Your Online Newspaper for Canyon Lake, Texas

Watch the Lake, Live

Watch the Lake, Live

Courtesy of Canyon Lake Yacht Club Spectacular scenery from a live webcam on the “north” side of Canyon Lake. Click on the video above to watch the waves in real time. Beautiful view of the lake as seen from the lighthouse, courtesy of Canyon Lake Yacht...

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STATS: 150,000+ website hits for December 2018 Who reads us? The locals of course. MyCanyonLake.com is a hyperlocal website focusing on the news in Canyon Lake and Comal County. Tourists from around Texas and the United States like us, too. We’re one-stop-shopping for...

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Float the Rivers Online

Float the Rivers Online

Enjoy the rivers from your screen. Canyon Lake’s Water Oriented Recreation District (WORD), Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) and Guadalupe Trout Unlimited (GTRU) created this floating picture-tour of the Guadalupe river from Canyon Lake down to New...

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Ban on Cans Is Back

Ban on Cans Is Back

Yes, you can drink on the Guadalupe and Comal rivers. You can drink whatever you’d like — beer, wine, any other alcoholic beverage, juice, water and sports drinks. But if you’re floating either river inside New Braunfels city limits, all beverages...

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This Could Be You

This Could Be You

Don’t watch this drone’s-eye-view of the young, the cool, and the fun-loving unless you’re planning a trip to Canyon Lake. Videographer Alex Rakevich and his drone captured the quintessential hues and stark contrasts of the Canyon Lake —...

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Feb. 15 Lake & River Conditions

Feb. 15 Lake & River Conditions

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...

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RIP Moby Dink

RIP Moby Dink

A little white fawn who captured the hearts of many has died, according to Canyon Lake resident and nature photographer Jane Sharp. In early December, a neighbor noticed the baby white-tail deer lying next to his porch, close to her mother and twin. He left food and...

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