El Dorado State Park
State Park Office Hours
The El Dorado State Park Office
Monday - Friday 8:00am -4:30pm
*Boat Registration will stops 30 minutes prior to close
El Dorado Park Office will be CLOSED Friday Nov. 10 to observe Veterans Day Holiday
El Dorado Park Office will be CLOSED Thursday & Friday Nov. 23rd and 24th for the Thanksgiving Holiday
Walnut River ~ OPEN-WALK-IN ONLY TIL MARCH 31ST, 2018 (Big Oak-water/electric) (Eagle Pass-full hookup)
**TROUT STOCKINGS FOR EL DORADO ARE POSTPONED UNTIL COE HAVE COMPLETED WORK ON THE DAM**
- Pool elevation is 1336.12 feet on Wednesday 01Nov17 Time: 1200 hours.
- At this elevation the total amount of water stored in El Dorado Lake is 137206 acre-feet.
- Reservoir release is 0 cubic feet per second on Wednesday 01Nov17 Time: 1200 hours.
- Conservation pool is 86.45% full.
- Conservation storage filled is 133845 acre-feet which is equivalent to 10.72 inches of runoff over the entire drainage basin.
- Conservation storage empty is 20983 acre-feet which is equivalent to 1.68 inches of runoff over the entire drainage basin.
Where to Purchase your Permits and Licenses -
2017 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 (Walnut River Campground Area #3) . Please see the camp host or the Park Office to make long term camping arrangements. Long Term Camping (30 day) monthly rate = $434.50, which includes water, electric, and sewer. (User must also possess an Annual Camp permit).