Lake Travis Water Level -- LCRA


Every 4 to 5 years, Lake Travis fills up to its full capasity, 681 feet, and then we get a rain that requires that the flood gates open and let water drain out over the top of the Mansfield dam. It is a wonderful thing to behold and we are just a few inches away from Lake Travis being 100% full! Very cool.

To see exactly how our current lake level on Lake Travis compares to the past 12 months and past few years, the Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA) updates their water level chart for Lake Travis almost every morning around 10am.

CLICK HERE TO CHECK THE WATER LEVEL OF LAKE TRAVIS AND SEE THE TEXAS DROUGHT MONITOR. 




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