Access to Lake Tyler
Canal between the original Lake Tyler and Lake Tyler East
Lake Tyler and Lake Tyler East operate under the auspices of the City of Tyler, which uses the lakes as a source of drinking water. The City monitors the Lake Tyler watershed for sources of pollution, and also patrols the lakes to enforce safety and water quality regulations, and maintains 21 miles of lake roadways, the public parks, and the public boat ramps.
The two lakes are connected via a canal located at the south end of the lakes.
Lake Tyler Marina
The Lake Tyler Marina will be open seven days a week, beginning Thursday, May 22, 2014, through Sunday, June 1, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
The Marina will be closed June 2 through June 4, and will resume operations on Thursday, June 5, seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. through the end of August, 2014.
Public Access to Lake Tyler
The City operates five boat ramps and several public parks on the shores of Lake Tyler.
Two public ramps and a county-maintained boat launch offer access to Lake Tyler East. Primitive camping is allowed in all city parks on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Public Access Facility
|Concession #1 & Marina||Lake Tyler|
|Hill Creek Park||Lake Tyler|
|Old#2 - Chapman Park||Lake Tyler|
|Fritz & Opal's Barge||Lake Tyler|
|East Side #4||Lake Tyler|
|Sandy Beach||Lake Tyler|
|Old Omen West||Lake Tyler East|
|Old Omen East||Lake Tyler East|
|Highway 64 Ramp||Lake Tyler East|
Lake Tyler dam
Fritz and Opal's Barge
Fritz and Opal's Barge on Lake Tyler (west) near Camp Tyler, offers fishing access for a fee.
Lake Tyler Water Levels ... Conservation Pool Elevation is 375.40'
USGS Identifier 08034000
Chart and Data Courtesy of the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS)