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Raystown Lake Drawdown
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District, has begun a controlled lake drawdown from summer pool elevation 786’ NGVD to a target of 8 feet below at 778’ NGVD, which will occur incrementally throughout the months of October and November.
Boating Restrictions Lifted at Raystown Lake Dam, Following Inspections for Upcoming Rehabilitation Work
The area of Raystown Lake downstream of Mile Marker 1 has reopened to all boat traffic following critical inspections as part of major infrastructure rehabilitation project and the completion of the first phase of construction work on portions of the Raystown Dam’s mechanical equipment.
Partial Closure of Raystown Lake for Dam Maintenance
Beginning September 12, 2022, the area of Raystown Lake downstream of Mile Marker 1 will be closed to all boat traffic to allow construction workers to safely perform underwater and surface work on portions of Raystown Dam’s mechanical equipment.
Army Corps works to restore Raystown Lake of heavy rain impacts from Hurricane Ida remnants
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District, is managing the impacts of flooding at Raystown Lake after heavy rains from Hurricane Ida passed through the region from Tuesday, Aug. 31 to Wednesday, Sept. 2. USACE officials are taking precautionary measures to protect the public by implementing temporary closures to some of Raystown Lake’s campgrounds and facilities that rest near the water.
Raystown Lake extends advance camping reservations to include spring and fall seasons
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Raystown Lake will begin to offer advance campsite reservations
Corps of Engineers to release Raystown Lake boating survey
RAYSTOWN LAKE, Penn. — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is releasing a boating survey for Raystown Lake boaters as a part of the boating density study to be used for the Raystown Lake Master Plan revision.
Trespassing violations increase at Raystown Lake; public urged to heed warnings
RAYSTOWN LAKE, Pennsylvania – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) reports an increase in