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. We began 2016 with an El Niño weather pattern. It was a great year with the lake open the entire summer. What will 2017 bring – more floods or drought? 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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Water level update
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers -Lake Texoma, Denison Dam Sunday 07May17 Time: 1000 hours
Lake Texoma conservation pool is at 614.51 feet
Flood control pool is 93.56% full.
Reservoir release is 19 cubic feet per second on Thursday 04May17 Time: 0500 hours
No Gate Changes have been made in the last 4 days
Current lake level: http://www.swt-wc.usace.army.mil/DENI.lakepage.html
Corps of Engineers campground closures at Recreation.gov.
Corps of Engineers Press Releases can be found at http://www.swt.usace.army.mil/Locations/TulsaDistrictLakes/Oklahoma/LakeTexoma/ProjectNewsandNotices.aspx
Current conditions for the Red River basin may be found at: http://www.srh.noaa.gov/abrfc/
Oklahoma SH199 crossing Cumberland Cut is now open.
Highway 91 from Hwy 75 to Oklahoma is now OPEN!
News and Announcements
Many of the Corps of Engineer Managed campgrounds are now open for the summer season of 2017.
The following parks or amenities are completely CLOSED due to previous flooding:* Preston Bend