America the Beautiful Passes are only accepted at the Picnicking Sites. For boating, a Tonto Daily Pass and Watercraft Sticker or Tonto Discovery Pass are required. Campground fees at various sites around Canyon Lake might be separate from the Tonto Daily and Discovery pass.
Is there an entrance fee for Canyon Lake?
Canyon Park (Areas 2 & 3) Entrance fees: $10 per vehicle (up to 2 vehicles per site)
Is there public access to Canyon Lake?
Public Access Facilities
The Army Corps of Engineers operates seven major parks on the shores of Canyon Lake. Several others are managed by Comal County. Some of these parks provide campgrounds, beaches, picnic areas, boat ramps, and opportunities for shoreline fishing.
Is there alligators in Canyon Lake?
It is not impossible for alligators to live in Canyon Lake. Before Canyon Dam was built, the Guadalupe River ran murky and warmer than it does today. Stories exist of alligators living in the warmer waters of the river, but no one has seen them in years now that the river runs colder and clearer.
Is there free parking at Canyon Lake?
The use of this park is free of charge. … The park offers a scenic view to Canyon Lake and Dam.
Why can’t you have a dock on Canyon Lake?
There are lots of ramps, several campgrounds, and plenty of lodging options but not directly on the water. This is a Corp of Engineers lake and boat docks are not allowed on the lake. The lake level fluctuates a lot but there is usually plenty of water to enjoy.
Is it safe to swim in a lake with alligators?
Do not allow your dogs or children to swim in waters inhabited by alligators, or to drink or play at the water’s edge. To an alligator, a splash potentially means a food source is in the water. It is best to avoid swimming in areas that are known habitats for large alligators but at the least, never swim alone.