How full are the lakes?
75%
 
Lakes Travis and Buchanan are our region’s water supply reservoirs and currently hold about 1,507,951 acre-feet of water.
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LakeLevelMo. Avg
Buchanan1006.51009.57
Inks887.22887.38
LBJ824.67824.35
Marble Falls736.28736.71
Travis668.08662.64
Austin492.04492.25
 
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 Boat Ramps

Status at a Glance
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Altair Boat Ramp
Open
 
Arkansas Bend
Open
 
Bob Wentz at Windy Point
Open
 
Buchanan Dam Park
Open
 
Camp Creek Rec. Area
Closed
 
Cedar Point Rec. Area
Open
 
Cypress Creek
Open
 
Gloster Bend Rec. Area
Open
 
Granite Beach Rec. Area
Open
 
Inks Lake State Park
Open
 
Johnson Park
Open
 
Jones Brothers Park
Open
 
Lakeside Park
Open
 
Llano County Park
Open
 
Mansfield Dam
Open
 
Matagorda Bay Nature Park
Open
 
Muleshoe Bend - Turner Farm
Open
 
Narrows Rec. Area
Open
 
North Shore Park
Open
 
Oak Thicket Park
Open
 
Pace Bend - Collier Cove
Open
 
Pace Bend - Tatum Cove
Open
 
Pace Bend - Tournament Point
Open
 
Park Prairie
Open
 
Sandy Creek
Open
 
Shaw Island Ramp
Open
 
South Shore Park
Open
 
White Bluff Park
Open
 
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Managing the Colorado River during floods and droughts

LCRA is a steward of the Colorado River and the Highland Lakes. It provides clean water for more than a million people, and businesses, industries and the environment in the lower Colorado River basin. LCRA operates six dams on the Colorado River that create the Highland Lakes. Through these dams, LCRA manages floodwaters and produces hydroelectric power.