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State Park Office Hours

The El Dorado State Park Office is open, 8:00 am - 4:30pm Monday through Thursday, and 8:00 am to 8:00 pm Friday & Saturday.  Boat registrations close 30 minutes prior to the closing time each day. Park permits are always available at the self pay stations near the entrances to the Parks.  

Facility Update

Bluestem Point -

All bathrooms except boat ramp pits are closed down. All camping loop water hydrants are shut off except for Loop 6 (Sunflower Meadow). 

Boulder Bluff -  All off and winterized. 

Shady Creek -  All off and winterized. 

Walnut River -

Area 4 including the beach is closed.  Area 3 (Eagle Pass) bathroom is closed.  The cabin bathroom will be open until it gets cold enough to freeze.   

All Dump stations are still on.  We will leave on for a couple more weeks depending on temps.  

Lake Level

(To get the most up to date Lake information, go to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' web page, which is located at http://www.swt-wc.usace.army.mil/ELDR.lakepage.html.)
    • Pool elevation is 1337.49 feet on Wednesday 29Oct14 Time: 1000 hours.  Gate release is 7 cfs.

Where to Purchase your Permits and Licenses -

2014 Park permits and licenses are available at all KDWPT Park Offices throughout the state. Permits at El Dorado State Park are also available to purchase from Camp Hosts, Gate Hosts, and all self pay stations.

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Long Term Camping  Facilities

Long term camping is available in the Eagle Pass Campground (Walnut River Campground Area #2) . Please see the camp host or the Park Office to make long term camping arrangements. Long Term Camping (30 day) monthly rate = $404.00, which includes water, electric & sewer. (User must also possess an Annual Camp permit).

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