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Dog at Overlook Park
Traffic control measures are expected over the Fourth of July at the popular Overlook Park, whose Dam Access Road offers one of the most scenic vistas in the area.
life jacket
May was Water Safety Month for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers staff. File image.
Javier Perez Ortiz
USACE Canyon Lake Manager Javier Perez Ortiz said phone lines at the office could be down for several weeks as renovations are made.
driftwood
Free driftwood is available at Potters Creek but you'll need a permit to bring it out of the park. Image courtesy of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
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File image.
dam service road
Image of Canyon Lake's popular walkway courtesy of Tricia Daniel/Shutterstock.
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Thousands of visitors, residents and pets walk the Dam Service Road annually. File image.
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Boat Ramp #5. File image.
tailrace
Expect changes in river flow rates in the Canyon Tailrace Jan. 25. The stretch of the Guadalupe River below Canyon Lake is considered by Trout Unlimited to be one of the top 100 trout streams in North America.
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Image courtesy of Compass Real Estate.
North Park
Image of North Park courtesy of Recreation.Gov.
dam fine car show
Pct. 4 Comal County Commissioner Jen Crownover, who represents part of Canyon Lake, said the Dam Community Alliance's Oct. 17 car show was made possible with the help of dozens of volunteers and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Image courtesy of Trevor Walsh.
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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Fort Worth District operates Overlook Park. File image.
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Overlook Park. Facebook image by Jeffery Allen.
Canyon Lake
Image courtesy of Mark Robinson, Holiday Lodge on Canyon Lake (by Boat Ramp #1).
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An item on Commissioners Court's Thursday agenda would update 1960s-era language about what the county can or cannot do on easements owned by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE). Near Boat Ramp 1, courtesy of Mark Robinson, owner of Holiday Lodge on Canyon Lake.
overlook park parking
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Canyon Lake staff are working to keep Overlook Park "safe and enjoyable" during the busy summer season.
usace towels
Wear a life jacket! U.S. Army Corps of Engineers park rangers might give you a free towel. Image at Proctor Lake courtesy of USACE.
Canyon Lake Manager Javier Perez Ortiz
Canyon Lake Manager Javier Perez Ortiz said access to the parking areas will be restricted until the work is complete. File image.
Canyon Lake guide
Amenities at U.S. Army Corps of Engineers parks include campgrounds, beaches, picnic areas, boat ramps and opportunities for shoreline fishing.
Overlook Park
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers closed the popular walkway over Canyon Dam after the U.S. National Weather Service predicted freezing temperatures and wintry precipitation through Tuesday.
crappie dock
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said in addition to vandalism at the Crappie Dock, above, security fencing around Canyon Lake also is being destroyed.