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Park Alerts

Toxic Algae

Toxic algae has been detected in several of the Highland Lakes. LCRA strongly urges lake visitors to avoid contact with algae, and to keep their dogs from playing in or ingesting algae. More information available here.

Burn Bans

Because of the danger posed by dry conditions, LCRA periodically bans ground fires at its parks. LCRA honors burn bans issued by individual counties where its parks are located. No LCRA parks are currently under a burn ban.

LCRA advises that you check the Texas Interagency Coordination Center‘s website for a link to the latest map showing Texas counties that have issued burn bans. A burn ban is not in effect in Travis County as of April 13, 2021.

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

Grelle Recreation Area

Toxic algae has been detected in several of the Highland Lakes. LCRA strongly urges lake visitors to avoid contact with algae, and to keep their dogs from playing in or ingesting algae. More information available here.

Shaffer Bend Recreation Area

Toxic algae has been detected in several of the Highland Lakes. LCRA strongly urges lake visitors to avoid contact with algae, and to keep their dogs from playing in or ingesting algae. More information available here.

Black Rock Park

Toxic algae has been detected in several of the Highland Lakes. LCRA strongly urges lake visitors to avoid contact with algae, and to keep their dogs from playing in or ingesting algae. More information available here.

Gloster Bend Recreation Area

Toxic algae has been detected in several of the Highland Lakes. LCRA strongly urges lake visitors to avoid contact with algae, and to keep their dogs from playing in or ingesting algae. More information available here.

Cedar Point Recreation Area

Toxic algae has been detected in several of the Highland Lakes. LCRA strongly urges lake visitors to avoid contact with algae, and to keep their dogs from playing in or ingesting algae. More information available here.

Parks

Do not let dogs have contact with or ingest algae from water in the Highland Lakes. See the algae webpage for more information.

Turkey Bend Recreation Area

Toxic algae has been detected in several of the Highland Lakes. LCRA strongly urges lake visitors to avoid contact with algae, and to keep their dogs from playing in or ingesting algae. More information available here.

Camp Creek Park

Toxic algae has been detected in several of the Highland Lakes. LCRA strongly urges lake visitors to avoid contact with algae, and to keep their dogs from playing in or ingesting algae. More information available here.

Narrows Recreation Area

Toxic algae has been detected in several of the Highland Lakes. LCRA strongly urges lake visitors to avoid contact with algae, and to keep their dogs from playing in or ingesting algae. More information available here.

Muleshoe Bend Recreation Area

Toxic algae has been detected in several of the Highland Lakes. LCRA strongly urges lake visitors to avoid contact with algae, and to keep their dogs from playing in or ingesting algae. More information available here.

Camp Creek Park

Boat Ramp currently closed at Camp Creek Park.

Jessica Hollis Park

Toxic algae has been detected in several of the Highland Lakes. LCRA strongly urges lake visitors to avoid contact with algae, and to keep their dogs from playing in or ingesting algae. More information available here.

Matagorda Bay Nature Park

Renovation and construction projects are currently underway at Matagorda Bay Nature Park. The park is open and noise levels in some areas may be higher than normal. For more information, call 979-863-2603.