Lake Texoma Flood Update

Denison Dam 10-10-2018
Releasing flood water at a rate of 15,325 cubic feet per second. Tulsa District Corps of Engineers, Oct 10, 2018

Lake Texoma Flood Update | Current lake conditions

What’s Open and What’s Not on Lake Texoma

Lake Texoma  made history three times in 2015, first with record droughts then twice flood waters rushed over the spillway.  Here we are in March 2019 and the lake level is above normal – but only a little.   Keep up with the latest updates from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Lake Texoma water levels, road conditions and local marina notices on this page.

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Current Lake Level

  • Pool elevation is 617.25 feet on Sunday 17Mar19 Time: 0800 hours.
  • Flood control pool is 6.38% full.
  • Reservoir release is 17349cubic feet per second on Sunday 17Mar19 Time: 0800 hours
  • 2.25 ft ABOVE normal
  • Flood control pool is 6.38% full

Current Gate Settings

  • Conduit Gate 1 = 12.00 ft
  • Conduit Gate 2 = 12.00 ft

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News and Announcements

IMPORTANT NOTICE:

If you are near the dam and hear the siren sound, you should prepare for a rapid change in water levels, because the siren signals that the amount of water being released is going to rapidly change. Boaters are also cautioned not to cross the buoy line at the intake structure as doing so puts you and the passengers in your boat in danger.

February 3, 2019

The storm event of January 2019 is pretty much over and everything is back to normal.

Hagerman Visitor Center to Reopen

Wildlife Drive is OPEN. Gravel will need to be added once the government shutdown is over, but for now you are welcome to visit! Please note that some areas are soft so don’t get your vehicle stuck!
The restrooms in the three day use areas are open. The visitor center has resumed normal hours.

January 19, 2019 – Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge

Wildlife Drive remains closed due to flooding. Bennett Lane past Big Mineral Creek and Refuge Road across the low water crossing by the visitor center also remains closed due to flooding. These closings will remain in effect until the government shutdown is over and beyond that until the refuge employees return to work and have time to remove debris from the roads and repair erosion. Thank you for your patience.

January 17, 2019 – Highport Marina

Great news — the lake level is at 621.51 and slowly falling. Though there is rain in the forecast this weekend, the Army Corps of Engineers is committed to maintain releases to keep levels slowly falling. Some of our docks are still impacted at their access points:

  • The ZF gangway is inaccessible at this time. If needed, please contact the office and we will make arrangements to take you to the dock by boat.  
  • Caution should be used when accessing the Puerto del Sol gangway – it is not underwater but does have a steep grade and slight drop-off.  
  • And finally, the south walkway to N-2 is currently under water so please use the north walkway. 


January 4, 2019

Storm event status update for Lake Texoma as of 0800 hours on January 4, 2019:  The latest pool elevation prediction indicates that we will rise to elevation 622.73 by January 7th.

Eisenhower Yacht Club Update 1-5-2019

 At a level of 622.5 the water covers the road in front of shop and access to boathouses 6-11 will be lost. This is the only prediction we have so far and we will continue to update as we receive them.

12-31-2018 Eisenhower State Park update:

Due to high lake levels, the swim beach, both boat ramps and both fishing piers are now closed. Due to wastewater system maintenance, the Bois D’Arc Ridge camping area is unavailable for advanced reservations. Contact the park or check back for the latest information.

OHV trails remain closed until the trails have had a chance to dry out.

As soon as we can re-open these facilities we will let you know. Have a happy New Year!


November 24, 2018

For the most part, the storm event of October 2018 is over and most Lake Texoma Facilities are operational.  2018 Flood Update

5 thoughts on “Lake Texoma Flood Update

  • 04/28/2017 at 2:58 PM
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    Wonderful, what a blog it is! This web site presents useful data to us, keep it up.

  • 05/05/2016 at 2:35 PM
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    My family has been trying for two years have family reunion and this year we pray we can have great camp out from 20-22 and see family we have not saw years but with Lake water up out at East burn’s run we might not be able again plz open flood gates so people go out east burn’s run this Month see if wait 2 yr now plz oh Lord you hear my family prayer please bless us this year for we can come together as one amen

  • 04/27/2016 at 4:48 PM
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    We are still in an El Nino weather pattern but it is much weaker than last year. Hopefully we will have a great big beautiful lake to play in this summer!

  • 04/27/2016 at 12:18 PM
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    PLEASE SAVE OUR LAKE THIS YEAR!!

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