LCRA Parks - Burn Bans

Because of the danger posed by dry conditions, LCRA periodically bans ground fires at its parks and recreation areas. Below is the latest list of properties that have burn bans in place.

​County​Parks, Recreation Areas and other affected facilities
Bastrop ​None at this time.
​Blanco ​​None at this time.
​Burnet None at this time.
​Colorado ​None at this time.
​Fayette ​None at this time.
​Llano Black Rock Park and Cedar Point
​Matagorda ​None at this time.
​Travis None at this time.
​Wharton ​None at this time.
 
 


Things to know:


  • The possession and discharge of fireworks, including sparklers and firecrackers, is always prohibited on LCRA lands and waters.
  • LCRA honors burn bans issued by individual counties where its parks are located. LCRA advises that you check the Texas Interagency Coordination Center's Web site for a link to the latest map showing Texas counties that have issued burn bans.
  • While a burn ban is in effect, ground fires are prohibited because continuing dry conditions could lead to wildfires.

For more information, email us through Ask LCRA or call LCRA at 512-473-3366.

​Burn Ban Flag
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If you see this flag at an LCRA Park, Recreation Area or other facility, a burn ban is in effect at that location.


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