El Dorado State Park

 Park News

 

 El Dorado State Park Office-  OPEN 

Winters Hours are now in effect:

Monday - Friday 8:00am to 4:30pm   (CLOSED 12-1 lunch)

**RESERVATIONS WILL END OCTOBER 19 ON ALL UTILITY SITES IN BLUESTEM POINT AND BOULDER BLUFF AREAS. (SUNFLOWER EXCLUDED)

**AS OF NOVEMBER 1ST ALL CAMPGROUNDS THAT REMAIN OPEN FOR WINTER MONTHS WILL BE WALK-IN ONLY

 Facility Update:

 

 

All campgrounds are open 

   

    • 1.02 ft BELOW normal
    • Pool elevation is 1337.98 feet on Thursday 08Oct20 Time: 10:00 hours.
    • At this elevation the total amount of water stored in El Dorado Lake is 150629 acre-feet.
    • Reservoir release is 7.0 cubic feet per second on Thursday 08Oct20 Time: 10:00 hours.
    • Conservation pool is 95.12% full.
    • Conservation storage filled is 147268 acre-feet which is equivalent to 11.80 inches of runoff over the entire drainage basin.
    • Conservation storage empty is 7559 acre-feet which is equivalent to 0.61 inches of runoff over the entire drainage basin.
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Where to Purchase your Permits and Licenses -

 Permits at El Dorado State Park are available to purchase from Park Office & WR Gate Host & Bluestem Baitshop

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Long Term Camping  Facilities

Long term camping is available in the Frontier (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 = $606.50, which includes water, electric, and sewer. (User must also possess an Annual Camp and vehicle permit).