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BIG BEND AREA LAKES Big Bend
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Amistad International Reservoir

Near town of
Del Rio
Joint project of USA and Mexico. Toll-free access to Mexico across the dam. Clear blue waters offer boating, fishing and sightseeing. There is Lake Amistad Marina and resort near the south end of US 90 bridge going over the reservoir with Rough Canyon Marina on the Devil's River arm of the reservoir (off US 277 and US 377).
Balmorhea
Acres: 573

Near town of
Balmorhea
Impoundment on Sandia Creek where fishing and boating are permitted. Lake Balmorhea provides irrigation for thousands of surrounding acres. Located approximately 3 miles southeast of Balmorhea by way of a local road from US 290.
Imperial Reservoir
Acres: 1,530

Near town of
Monahans/
Fort Stockton
Located in arid West Texas between the 2 mentioned towns, Imperial Reservoir provides both irrigation & recreation including boating, fishing, swimming and other related water sports. Access off Texas 18.
Red Bluff Reservoir

Near town of
Orla
Pecos River water conservation/irrigation project that also provides a variety of water sports as well as excellent fishing for white bass, hybrid striped bass and native catfish. Located approximately 5 miles north of Orla off of US 285 (43 miles north of Pecos).




GULF COAST AREA LAKES Gulf Coast
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Clear Lake

Near town of
Houston
In the southeast area of Houston near nasa. Rentals available for power boats, sail boats, water skis, jet skis, canoes, para-sailing and wind surfing. Come fish for both fresh and saltwater species. Clear Lake is where Armand and Taylor Bayous, and Clear Creek meet to egress into Galveston Bay. Access from NASA Rd. 1 or FM 2094 between Texas 146 and I-45.
Corpus Christi
Acres:19,336

Near town of
Mathis
Located a few miles west of Mathis off Texas 359 or via Alice; this reservoir is located on the Nueces River and popular for swimming, fishing, boating, sailing and skiing. The upper reaches of this 27 mile long lake offer excellent habitat for fish. There are several spots around the shore with fishing camps and marinas. (See Lake Corpus Christi State Park information/Mathis.)
El Sal Del Rey
(The King's Salt)

Near town of
Raymondville
Located approximately 20 miles west of Raymondville off Texas 186; water collects in shallow depressions in the 'wet' season and then evaporates leaving crystallized rock salt.
Houston
Acres:12,240

Near town of
Houston
Located about 18 miles northeast of Houston via US 290 or from Humble via FM 1960, Lake Houston is popular for fishing and water sports.
Sabine

Near town of
Port Arthur
Main body of lake is about 19 miles long (common mouth of Sabine and Neches Rivers). The 2 mile-long levees provide fishing for saltwater speckled trout, flounder, redfish and other types of fish. Crabbing is also popular here. Sabine Lake is accessible from both Orange and Port Arthur.
Texana
Acres:11,000

Near town of
Edna
This reservoir extends 18 miles up the Navidad River. There are 10 boat ramps around the lake with parking and boat launches. There are also park sites with camping, picnic areas, nature trails, and marinas - all provided by the Lavaca-Navidad River Authority. Good for observing wildlife and photography. The dam headquarters are located approximately 8 iles southeast of Edna via FM 1822 or from Granado.




HILL COUNTRY AREA LAKES Hill Country Region
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Austin
Acres: 1,830

Near town of
Austin
Lower Colorado River Authority - begins within western part of Austin and continues 20 miles up the Colorado. Shoreline is dotted with clubs, marinas, and home developments. Popular for skiing and boating. The Emma Long Metropolitan Park is at lake side.
Brady Creek Reservoir
Acres:2,200

Near town of
Brady
Located on Brady Creek about 3 miles west of Brady via FM 2028. Offers a variety of water sports at edge of Texas Hill Country. Fishing throughout the year. Lake side facilities include docking and service, ramps, camps, resorts and vacation homes.
Buchanan
Acres: 23,060

Near town of
Llano
Lower Colorado River Authority - this lake is the broadest and highest of 6 Highland Lakes. Offers fishing and water sports with lots of space for skiing, sailing, boating. Almost limitless beaches, marinas, docks and vacation home developments. Both public and commercial boat ramps and camps. Accessible from both Llano and Burnett.
Canyon Lake
Acres:8,240

Near town of
New Braunfels
One of the most scenic in Texas set amongst steep-shouldered evergreen hills. Here you'll find public parks along the shore offering picnicking, camping/trailer areas and boat ramps. There are also 2 yacht clubs, 2 marinas, fishing groups and ski club along with loads of other activities. Excellent fishing. Located approximately 20 miles north of New Braunfels via Texas 46 and FM 2722 (north); or FM 306 north of I-35. Also accessible from the towns of Sattler, San Marcos and Blanco.
Georgetown
Acres: 1,310

Near town of
Georgetown
On North Fork of San Gabriel River this lake is speed restricted in designated fishing areas. Stocked with smallmouth bass and channel cat. It has 3 public use areas, camping areas with RV hookups, and boat launch ramps. Also available are primitive hiking, camping trail. Located approximately 4 miles west of I-35 at Georgetown via FM 2388.
Granger Lake


Near town of
Taylor
Corps of Engineers lake opened in 1981 is stocked with Florida largemouth bass and channel catfish. Has a hiking trail along a scenic shoreline with swimming at Wilson Fox Park. Offers camping with hookups, boat ramps, and free picnic areas. The headquarters of the dam are approximately 7 miles east of Granger on FM 971. Also accessible from the town of Bartlett.
Inks Lake
Acres: 803

Near town of
Llano
One of the Highland Lakes of the Lower Colorado River Authority. Scenic with excellent all year-round fishing. Also popular for water sports and boating. Has marinas, lake side docks, and vacation homes. Also: Inks Lake State Park and Highland Lakes Golf Course (See Buchanan Dam State Park). Located south of Buchanan Dam via Park Road. Also accessible from the town of Burnett.
Lady Bird Lake


Near town of
Austin
(Not shown on most maps) This lake is a stabilized course of Colorado River with The Lone Star paddle-wheeler sightseeing boat offering cruises Memorial Day through Labor Day. Lake side fishing is available. Sailing and canoeing are permitted. No swimming or power boats are allowed.
Lyndon B. Johnson
(Formerly Granite Shoals Lake)
Acres: 6,375

Near town of
Kingsland
Very scenic lake in the Highland Lakes series on the Colorado River. Offers excellent fishing, boat rentals, launching ramps, lake side marinas, water skiing, and sailing. Located south of Kingsland from FM 1431 (East side) or FM 2900 and other roads to other recreational areas (West).
Marble Falls
Acres: 780

Near town of
Marble Falls
One in the series of the Highland Lakes; impoundment on Colorado River. Activities include year-round fishing, sailing, swimming, boating, and skiing. Also has picnic facilities, launching ramps, city park and swimming pool. This lake is inside the city of Marble Falls and winds approximately 6 miles up the Colorado River.
Medina Lake
Acres: 5,575

Near town of
Bandera
Impoundment on Medina River with year-round fishing. Popular for water sports. Located about 23 miles southeast of Bandera via Texas 16 to Pipe Creek. Also accessible via Castroville.
Travis
Acres: 18,930

Near town of
Austin
Managed by the Lower Colorado River Authority this lake is one of the Highland Lakes; flood control/water supply reservoir. It has 270 miles of shoreline offering marinas, camps, vacation homes and resorts. Extremely popular for skiing, sailing, boating, and fishing as well as the outcroppings of minerals and fossils. For information: 800-776-5272 Ext.3366
Walter E. Long
Acres: 1,269

Near town of
Austin
Located just east of Austin via FM 969 east, FM 973 north - this lake has been stocked with saltwater flounder and redfish, and native freshwater species. Primarily noted for fishing; boat ramps.






PAN HANDLE AREA LAKES Pan Handle Region
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Abilene
Acres: 595

Near town of
Abilene
Located approximately 15 miles southwest of Abilene this lake is adjacent to the Abilene State Park offering the visitor swimming, fishing, boating, camping and other water sports. Also accessible from Buffalo Gap.
Alan Henry (Fee)

Near town of
Lubbock
Built by the city of Lubbock this lake is the water supply for part of Garza County. It was constructed on the Double Mountain Fork of the Brazos River approximately 65 miles from the city. The recreational area offers picnicking, camping, hiking, fishing, hunting and boating. For Information: 806-775-2602
Arrowhead
Acres: 16,200

Near town of
Wichita Falls
Located approximately 14 miles southeast of Wichita Falls this lake is on the Little Wichita River. Offers fishing, swimming, picnicking, boating - including the facilities at Lake Arrowhead State Park. Accessible via US 281 south and FM 1954 east; and from Archer City and Henrietta.
Brownwood
Acres: 7,300
Near town of
Brownwood
Located among pleasant hills this lake is the location of some religious and youth camps. Its 95 mile shoreline offers commercial camps and boat docks as well as swimming, boating, camping and water skiing. See Lake Brownwood State Park.
Champion Creek Reservoir
Acres: 1,560

Near town of
Colorado City
Located approximately 7 miles south of Colorado City off Texas 208. Provides campsites, picnic areas, boat docks, fishing and swimming.
Childress & Baylor
Near town of
Childress
Located approximately 9 miles west of Childress off US 287, these adjacent lakes are not only used for water supply for the city but also fishing and camping. Camping areas with RV sites and dump station are available.
Cisco
Acres: 445

Near town of
Cisco
Located in scenic hills about 4 miles north of Cisco off Texas 6; this lake is excellent for water sports and fishing. A city park has picnicking, primitive camping area and miniature golf. You'll also find unusual rock formations of interest to mineral collectors here.
Coleman
Acres: 2,000
Near town of
Coleman
Press Morris Park (190 acres/city of Coleman) is located on this lake. Activities include fishing, water sports, picnicking, camping and wildlife watching. Located approximately 17 miles north of Coleman off US 283.
Colorado City
Acres: 1,612

Near town of
Colorado City
Activities include fishing, picnicking with areas for boat ramps and camping and Lake Colorado City State Park (500 acres). Most activities can be enjoyed year-round. Located approximately 7 miles southwest of Colorado City off I-20 west or Texas 163 south.
Daniel
Acres: 950
Near town of
Breckenridge
Located about 7 miles south of Breckenridge via US 183 and FM 576, this lake is on gonzales Creek, operated by city of Breckenridge for recreation and water supply. Activities include primitive camping, picnicking at designated sites and fishing. No swimming.
Diversion
Acres: 3,419

Near town of
Wichita Falls
Impoundment on Wichita River; activities include water sports and fishing. Located approximately 27 miles southwest of Wichita Falls via US 82 / 277west to Dundee, then FM 2846 north. Also can be reached from Mankins, Electra and Vernon.
E. V. Spence Reservoir
Acres: 14,950
Near town of
Big Spring
Considered a showcase lake for stripped bass; operated by concessionaires with boat ramps, camping and supplies.
Eddleman & Graham
Acres: 2,500

Near town of
Graham
These two lakes are connected by canal. Activities include boating, fishing, and lake side camping. Located 2 miles northwest of Graham off US 380 west. Also accessible from Olney and Newcastle.
Fort Phantom Hill
Acres: 4,246
Near town of
Abilene
Twenty-nine (29) miles shoreline encircled by paved highways (south of old fort ruins). There are numerous marinas, campsites and other facilities for outdoor activities and water sports. Located 10 miles northeast of Abilene via FM 600. Also accessible from Anson.
Fryer

Near town of
Perryton
(Usually not shown on maps) Nice recreational area on beautiful Wolf Creek; 700 acre county park popular for boating, swimming, fishing and picnicking. Located approximately 12 miles southeast of Perryton off US 83.
Graham & Eddleman
Acres: 2,500

Near town of
Graham
These two lakes are connected by canal. Activities include boating, fishing, and lake side camping. Located 2 miles northwest of Graham off US 380 west. Also accessible from olney and Newcastle.
Greenbelt
Acres: 2,025

Near town of
Clarendon
Reservoir on Salt Fork of Red River with recreational activities including water skiing, boating and other activities. Located approximately 5 miles north of Clarendon off Texas 70
Hords Creek
Acres: 510

Near town of
Coleman
Conservation reservoir offering all water sports, camping, fishing and picnicking. There are 3 Corps of Engineers administered parks with facilities: nature trails, boat launch ramps, fishing supplies and other services. Located approximately 8 miles west of Coleman off Texas 153.
Hubbard Creek Reservoir
Acres: 15,250

Near town of
Breckenridge
Activities include boating (rentals available), swimming, sailing, water skiing, picnicking and camping. Fishing good all year-round. Located approximately 6 miles northwest of Breckenridge; accessible via US 183 north or US 180 west.
J.B. Thomas
Acres: 7,820

Near town of
Snyder
On Colorado River with 75 mile shoreline. Activities swimming, skiing, boating, fishing. Located approximately 20 miles of Snyder via Texas 350 south, FM 2085 west. Also accessible from Big Spring.
Jacksboro
Acres: 125

Near town of
Jacksboro
Popular spot for boating, skiing, picnics, swimming, fishing, and camping. Lake has bass, bluegill, catfish and crappie. Located northeast Jacksboro via Texas 59.
Kemp
Acres: 16,540

Near town of
Seymour
Wichita Falls municipal lake with campsites and service facilities for fishermen and boaters. Located approximately 48 miles southwest of Wichita Falls accessible off US 183/283 north of Seymour. Also accessible from Wichita Falls and Vernon.
Kickapoo
Acres: 6,200

Near town of
Archer City
Popular water sports facility with fishing, swimming, water skiing, boating, picnicking and camping. Located on North Fork of Little Wichita River approximately 12 miles northwest of Archer city off Texas 25. Also accessible from Wichita Falls.
Leon Reservoir
Acres: 1,590

Near town of
Eastland
Activities include camping, fishing and other water sports. Golf Course and country club lake side - plus fishing, marina and boat services. Located approximately 16 miles southeast of Eastland via FM 570 and FM 2214. Also accessible from Ranger.
Lost Creek Reservoir
Acres: 450

Near town of
Jacksboro
Average depth is 45 feet with rock cliffs along shore providing excellent location for fishing. There is a public boat ramp and dock on southwest side of lake (off Texas 59). Located 2 miles downstream from Lake Jacksboro.
McClellan
Acres: 325

Near town of
Pampa
Popular local recreation area providing camping with RV hookups, wooded picnic areas, swimming, boat ramps, fishing for black bass, crappie, blue cat and hybrid white/stripers. Located approximately 28 miles south of Pampa via Texas 70 and FM 2477 east.
MacKenzie
Acres: 896

Near town of
Silverton
Located in historic Tule Canyon; facilities for camping, picnicking, boat ramps, RV hookups, swimming, and water skiing. Fishing for walleye, largemouth bass, catfish and striped bass. Access 12 miles northwest of Silverton via Texas 86 west.
Marvin
Acres: (small)

Near town of
Canadian
In national grasslands area with campsites, boat rentals, cottages, and picnic grounds. Also nature trails with spectacular fall color, Fishing: channel catfish, bass and sunfish. Hunting: wild turkey, deer, waterfowl and squirrels. Access approximately 11 miles east of Canadian via FM 2266 east.
Meredith
Acres: 16,500

Near town of
Fritch
Beautiful lake built by US Bureau of Reclamation. Facilities include boat/houseboat rentals at marina, 11 campgrounds, 9 picnic areas, 7 boat launch ramps. Fishing: bass, walleye, catfish, and crappie. Lake hq are located on Texas 136 one mile east of Fritch. Also accessible from Stinnett, Amarillo and Borger.
Miller's Creek Reservoir
Acres: 1,900

Near town of
Munday
Water activities for several surrounding towns - developed recreational facilities are pending. Fishing is permitted; no boat ramps. Access approximately 16 miles east of Munday via US 277 to goree; FM 266 south; FM 1608 east. Also accessible from Seymore.
Mineral Wells
Acres: 646

Near town of
Mineral Wells
Surrounded by a state park this small lake is popular for swimming and fishing. Located approximately 3 miles east of Mineral Wells via US 180. See State Parks - Mineral Wells.
Moss Creek

Near town of
Big Spring
Local water supply and recreational facility for local area. Open 6am with over night stays permitted. Activities: Fishing, swimming, camping facilities, groceries and bait available, boating (limited to 15 HP motor). Excellent for bird watching. Located approximately 10 miles south east of Big Spring - take I-20 from Big Spring east to county road.
Nasworthy
Acres: 1,596

Near town of
San Angelo
Companion lake to Twin Buttes Reservoir; this municipal lake offers picnicking, fishing, camping, swimming and other water sports. Also 2 non-native species of game fish have been introduced here. Located approximately 6 miles southwest of San Angelo off US 277.
Oak Creek Reservoir
Acres: 2,375

Near town of
Sweetwater
Services and accommodations available at lake side. Activities include swimming, fishing, skiing, boating and other water sports. Located approximately 30 miles southeast of Sweetwater via Texas 70.
O.C. Fisher
(aka North Concho Lake or Lake San Angelo)
Acres: 5,440

Near town of
San Angelo
Reservoir on North Concho River with camping, swimming, fishing and other water sports. Located approximately 3 miles northwest of San Angelo - accessible from FM 2288 that edges the lake's west shore.
O.H. Ivie Reservoir

Near town of
Ballinger
Offers 3 public recreation areas: Concho (south side); Padgitt (north side); and Kennedy (near north end of dam). Rest rooms and picnic tables available. Located approximately 25 miles southeast of Ballinger; 50 miles east of San Angelo, 25 miles south of Coleman; and 55 miles northwest of Brady.
Palo Pinto
Acres: 2,661

Near town of
Palo Pinto
On Palo Pinto Creek offering fishing and water sports. Located approximately 25 miles south of Palo Pinto via FM 4 south. FM 3137 west; also accessible from Mineral Wells.
Pauline
Acres: 612

Near town of
Quanah
Small lake on Wanderers Creek with tent camping sites (w/hook-ups), swimming, picnicking, bait & tackle and boat ramp. Fish: largemouth and Florida bass and crappie. Located approximately 5 miles east of Quanah off US 287. Also, accessible from Vernon.
Possum Kingdom
Acres: 14,440

Near town of
Mineral Wells
One of Texas' most popular lakes with lake side camps and resorts dotted around the area. Activities include skin divers, swimming, boating and fishing. Surrounding area has good seasonal hunting. Possum Kingdom State Park (see Caddo) is on southwestern shore. Located approximately 30 miles northwest of Mineral Wells via Texas 337. Also, accessible from Breckenridge , Caddo, Graham and Graford.
Stamford
Acres: 4,690

Near town of
Stamford
Impoundment offering boating, water skiing, and fishing. Vacation cabins and campsites at lake side. The Stamford municipal park includes lodes, cabins, concessions, and docks. Located approximately 15 miles northeast of Stamford via US 277 and FM 618 east. Approximately 14 miles southeast of Haskell.
Sweetwater
Acres: 630

Near town of
Sweetwater
City park surrounds this meandering impoundment. Activities include water sports, fishing and golf (course on lake shore). Located approximately 8 miles southeast of Sweetwater via FM 1856 from Texas 70 or I-20 east.
Trammell
Acres: (Small)

Near town of
Sweetwater
Smallest of Sweetwater's lake system. No swimming, skiing or boating. Fishing allowed with bait and permit service at lake shore. Located approximately 10 miles south of Sweetwater via FM 1809 from Texas 70.
Twin Buttes Reservoir

Near town of
San Angelo
Impoundment on South and Middle Concho Rivers with earth-fill dam built by US Bureau of Reclamation. Activities include swimming, fishing, boating, and other water sports. Lake side camps and service facilities. Lake Nasworthy is an adjacent impoundment. Located approximately 8 miles southwest of San Angelo off US 277.
White River
Acres: 1,808

Near town of
Crosbyton
Water supply for Post, Crosbyton, Spur and Ralls. Features lake side cabins, camping areas, picnic areas, fishing supplies and boat launch and rentals. Located on tributary of Salt Fork of Brazos approximately 16 miles southeast of Crosbyton via FM 651 south, FM 2794. Also accessible from Dickens, Spur and Post.
Wichita
Acres: 2,200

Near town of
Wichita Falls
Popular for picnicking, swimming and weekend outings. Excellent fishing with lake record of 12.25 lb. largemouth bass. Located at the south limits of Wichita Falls.


PINEY WOODS AREA LAKES Piney Woods Region
Texas Piney Woods Area Lakes [ View cities in this region ]


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B. A. Steinhagen
Acres: 13,700

Near town of
Jasper
Corps of Engineers impoundment with public parks, camps and marinas at lake side. Activities include boating, swimming and fishing. (Also location of Martin Dies Jr.. State Park - See Jasper) For information contact project HQ at dam off FM 92. Located mid-way between Woodville and Jasper.
Bob Sandlin
Acres: 1,242

Near town of
Mount Pleasant
Reservoir on Big Cypress River with commercial marinas, cabins, fishing barges, boat ramps, restaurants and fishing. Bob Sandlin State Park on FM 127 and FM 21 provides day use & overnight camping, picnic sites, screened shelters, boat ramp, fishing pier and trails. Information can be obtained at lake HQ off FM 3417 from US 271 south of Mount Pleasant. Also accessible from Pittsburg. Lakes Monticello & Cypress Springs are adjacent.
Brandy Branch Reservoir
Acres: 1,242

Near town of
Marshall
Power plant cooling reservoir offers boat ramp, bank fishing (limited). No camping facilities. Located between Marshall and Longview off I-20 on FM 3251 (exit 610) 3 miles south.
Caddo
Acres: 26,800

Near town of
Karnack
Spreads over portions of Texas and Louisiana. There are 42 miles of boat roads (marked by state) because the lake is so large. Excellent fishing. Lots of marinas and camps at lake side. Caddo Lake State Park is a few miles north of Karnak. Also, accessible from Jefferson and Uncertain.
Conroe
Acres: 20,985

Near town of
Conroe
Impoundment on the West Fork of the San Jacinto River. Lake side offers boat ramps, boat rentals (sailboat included), marinas, and campgrounds. Observation and dam off Texas 105 west of Conroe. Also accessible from I-45 via FM 1097 west and FM 830 west (not shown on most maps). Fishing include catfish, native game fish and other introduced species including walleye and striped bass.
Cypress Springs
Acres: 3,400

Near town of
Mount Vernon
Scenic area offering shoreline parks, campgrounds and picnic areas, RV hookups, boat ramps, commercial marinas, swimming beach and rest rooms. Five parks include Dogwood Park, Mary King Park, Walleye Park, Overlook Park and W.D. Jack Guthrie Park. Excellent bird watching. Fishing for catfish and black bass. Located approximately 8 miles southeast of Mount Vernon via Texas 37 south, FM 2723 east. Also, accessible from Pittsburg.
Lake O'Pines
Acres: 18,700

Near town of
Jefferson
Corps of Engineers reservoir and one of the most attractive in East texas. Activities include boating, fishing, sailing, swimming, camping, and water skiing. For information contact HQ at east end of Ferrell's Bridge Dam, FM 726. Located approximately 10 miles west of Jefferson via FM 729. Also accessible from Gilmer, Lone Star, Ore City, Daingerfield and Avinger.
Livingston
Acres: 82,600

Near town of
Livingston
Reservoir on the Trinity River offering camps and parks, marinas with a broad range of services for camping, fishing, and boating. (see Lake Livingston State Park - Livingston) Accessible west of Livingston off US 190 and many FM roads on both sides of lake.
Martin Creek
Acres: 5,020

Near town of
Tatum
Popular lake with boaters and fishermen. State Park (Tatum) on north shore with picnic area, camping, bait, tackle and boat ramp. Located approximately 4 miles southwest of Tatum via Texas 43 and local road south from FM 1716 intersection.
Monticello Reservoir
Acres: 2,000

Near town of
Mount Pleasant
Companion impoundment to Lake Bob Sandlin. Popular year-round but more so in the winter when fishermen seek bass in the lunker category. County park with picnicking, camping sites, boat ramps, and electric hook-ups. Accessible 8 miles southwest of Mount Pleasant via FM 127.
Muvaul
Acres: 3,820

Near town of
Carthage
Activities include water skiing, boating, swimming, fishing along with lake side campsites. Hunting: waterfowl during winter season. Located approximately 12 miles southwest of Carthage via FM 10. Also accessible from Tenaha, Mount Enterprise and Henderson.
Nacogdoches
Acres: 2,210

Near town of
Nacogdoches
Impoundment with 2 lake side city parks offering boat ramps, picnic shelters (group/individual), floating dock and swimming areas. Also, sailing, boating, fishing and skiing. Marked nature trail with varieties of pines and hardwoods and other native flora identified. No overnight camping. Accessible 12 miles west of Nacogdoches on FM 225.
Palestine
Acres: 25,560

Near town of
Jacksonville
Impoundment offering boating, fishing and water sports. Facilities include bait & tackle shops, marina, swimming beach, boat ramps and camping areas. Located approximately 13 miles northwest of Jacksonville via US 175. Also accessible from Tyler via Texas 155 south and Athens, Frankston and Palestine.
Pinkston
Acres: 523

Near town of
Center
Owned by the City of Center this lake routinely provides trophy-size bass. Accessible 12 miles southwest of Center off Texas 7.
Quitman
Acres: (Small)

Near town of
Quitman
Facilities include boat service and rentals, marinas, RV campsites (w/hookups), tent campsites, swimming area. Fishing: crappie, bass, bluegills and catfish. Access is approximately 4 miles north of Quitman via FM 2966 (not shown on most maps).
Sam Rayburn Reservoir
Acres: 114,500

Near town of
Jasper
Located in the heart of Angelina National Forest - very popular offering parks, marinas, camps and assorted recreational activities along its 560 mile shore. Activities include fishing, boating. For information contact HQ at west end of dam on FM 255 or chambers of commerce in near-by towns. Located approximately 20 miles north of Jasper via US 96 and FM 1008. Also accessible from Huntington, Zavalla, Lufkin, San Augustine, Etoile, Hemphill, Broaddus, Brookeland and Pineland.
Striker
(Formerly Striker Creek Reservoir)
Acres: 2,400

Near town of
Henderson
Great bass lake with marina services and boat launching facilities. Recreation includes camping areas and picnicking. Located approximately 18 miles southwest of Henderson off US 79. Also accessible from New Salem, Jacksonville and New Summerfield.
Toledo Bend Reservoir
Acres: 181,600

Near town of
Burkeville
Impoundment on Sabine River between Texas 7 Louisiana. Open waters provide plenty of room for sailing, boating, and fishing. Information and maps available at near-by towns and at the 7 offices of Texas Sabine River Authority - dam north of Burkeville, FM 692 & FM 3125; off Texas 87 south of Hemphill; off Texas 21 where it crosses lake east of Milam; southeast of Patroon on local roads east of Shelbyville on FM 2694; northeast of Shelbyville via FM 417, FM 139 north; and southeast of Joaquin off FM 139. Also accessible from Center, Hemphill, San Augustine and other near cities.
Tyler and Tyler East
Acres: 4,800

Near town of
Tyler
Adjacent lakes with lake side facilities offering boat ramps, marina, camping & RV sites (w/hookups). Fishing: crappie, black bass, catfish and a variety of scrappy panfish. Located approximately 12 miles southeast of Tyler via Texas 110 south and FM 346 east. Also accessible from Troup, Arp and Whitehouse.
Welsh Reservoir
Acres: 1,365

Near town of
Mount Pleasant
Impoundment popular for fishing and camping. Facilities include lake side camping areas, cabins, bait and tackle and boat ramps. Fish: crappie, largemouth bass, catfish and bream. Located approximately 11 miles southeast of Mount Pleasant via Texas 49 east and FM 1735.
Winnsboro
Acres: 806

Near town of
Winnsboro
Recreational impoundment with lake side RV hookups, campsites, swimming, picnicking, boat rentals, marina, bait & tackle. Site of annual bass tournaments. Located approximately 6 miles southwest of Winnsboro via Texas 37. Also accessible from Quitman.
Wright Patman
Acres: 20,300

Near town of
Texarkana
Corps of Engineer lake on Sulphur River. Popular in the northeast region offering water sports, picnicking, camping, hiking trails, and fishing. many public parks and commercial facilities along the shore. Atlanta State Park is on south Shore. Located approximately 12 miles southwest of Texarkana off US 59. Also accessible from Douglassville, Atlanta, Maud, Queen City and Linden.




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amon G. Carter
Acres: 1,848

Near town of
Bowie
Reservoir providing a variety of water sports including skiing, boating, fishing and swimming. Other activities include camping (at lake side) and picnicking. Located about 6 miles south of Bowie via FM 1125.
Aquilla
Acres: 3,280

Near town of
Hillsboro
Located approximately 10 miles southwest of Hillsboro via I-35, FM 310.
Arlington
Acres: 2,275

Near town of
Arlington
Scenic lake operated & owned by the city. Activities include sailing, skiing and boating. Also commercial and city parks. Located in southwest Arlington off Loop 303.
Athens
Acres: 1,520

Near town of
Athens
Impoundment with boat ramps, picnic sites, commercial marina, camping (w/RV hookups), fishing, and swimming. Fish: bass, crappie and catfish. Located approximately4 miles east of Athens via Texas 31 east and Fm 2495 south. Athens Marina: public access for boating & fishing. Facilities: full-service RV hookups, restaurant, boat launch, and barge rental. Located at FM 2495 bridge. For info: 903-677-7490.
Bardwell
Acres: 3,570

Near town of
Ennis
Corps of Engineers impoundment on Waxahachie Creek with water sports activities - fishing, boating and water skiing. Lake side offers camping, parks w/boat launching ramps, and picnicking areas. Information at HQ - north end of dam via local roads approximately 4 miles southwest of Ennis. Also accessible from Corsicana, Waxahachie and Bardwell.
Bastrop
Acres: 968

Near town of
Bastrop
Constant-level lake in the 'Lost Pines' of Bastrop County. Managed by Lower Colorado River Authority with 2 lake side parks - South Shore Park & North Shore Park. Both offer fishing, swimming, boating and water skiing. Parks also have RV campsites, day use picnic areas, mini-cabins, pavilions, courtesy docks, boat ramps, fire ring/grills, and picnic tables. North Shore access via Texas 95 north, FM 1441 east. South Shore access via local road north form Texas 21 east. For information: 800-776-5272, ext. 3366. Located at FM 2495 bridge. For info: 903-677-7490.
Belton
Acres: 12,300

Near town of
Belton
Corps of Engineers lake - scenic impoundment of Leon River and several creeks. There are 13 public parks with picnic areas & camping, marina facilities & boat ramps, and fishing. Fish: catfish, panfish and crappie. Information is available from HQ at the dam - junction of FM 2271 and FM 439. Located northwest of Belton via Texas 317 north, FM 2271 west. Also accessible from Killeen and Temple.
Benbrook
Acres: 3,770

Near town of
Fort Worth
Corps of Engineers impoundment on Clear Fork of Trinity River. Lake side parks offer camping, trailer areas, drinking water, rest rooms, boat ramps, boat rentals, snack bar and fishing supplies. Information can be obtained from dam HQ's. Lake Shore dr. from US 377 at Benbrook. Located at a few miles southwest of Fort Worth. Also, accessible from Crowley and Cresson.
Bob Sandlin
Acres: 1,242

Near town of
Mount Pleasant
Reservoir on Big Cypress River with commercial marinas, cabins, fishing barges, boat ramps, restaurants and fishing. Bob Sandlin State Park on FM 127 and FM 21 provides day use & overnight camping, picnic sites, screened shelters, boat ramp, fishing pier and trails. Information can be obtained at lake HQ off FM 3417 from US 271 south of Mount Pleasant. Also accessible from Pittsburg. Lakes Monticello & Cypress Springs are adjacent.
Bonham
Acres: 1,020

Near town of
Bonham
Located on Timber Creek this lake is the water supply for the city of Bonham. A park near the dam on south shore offers picnic sites, rest rooms, camping and dump station. Located approximately 4 miles north of Bonham on Texas 78.
Brazos

Near town of
Waco
Stabilized course of Brazos River going through Waco. Campsites and parks along lake.
Bridgeport
Acres: 13,000

Near town of
Bridgeport
Impoundment on the West Fork of Trinity River. Activities and facilities include fishing (year-round), swimming, picnic areas, campsites, boat ramps, boat rentals and other services. Site of Sid Richardson Boy Scout Camp (3,000 acre). Located approximately 4 miles west of Bridgeport off US 380. Also accessible from Decatur.
Cedar Creek Reservoir
Acres: 33,750

Near town of
Athens
Impoundment offering campsites, fishing, picnicking, boating and swimming. Located approximately 10 miles west of Athens north of Texas 31. Also accessible from Trinidad, Kemp, Malakoff and Mabank.
Cooper Lake
Acres: 19,000

Near town of
Cooper
Impoundment on the South Sulphur River with a 2 lane ramp at John's Creek Access near Klondike and a 4 lane boat ramp near the dam at Tira Access. Cooper Lake State Park has 2 units: South Sulphur unit on the south side offering camping, boat ramps, fishing, picnic facilities and swimming beach (all ADA approved); Doctor's Creek unit on the north of the dam offers the same amenities. Accessible from Commerce, Cooper, Sulphur Springs and Klondike.
Crook
Acres: 920

Near town of
Paris
Recreational and water supply lake operated by city of Paris. This lake offers lighted campsites and picnic areas, and water skiing. Fish: crappie, largemouth bass, catfish, sunfish and hybrid striped bass. Located approximately 3 miles northwest of Paris off US 271.
Cypress Springs
Acres: 3,400

Near town of
Mount Vernon
Scenic area offering shoreline parks, campgrounds and picnic areas, RV hookups, boat ramps, commercial marinas, swimming beach and rest rooms. Five parks include Dogwood Park, Mary King Park, Walleye Park, Overlook Park and W.D. Jack Guthrie Park. Excellent bird watching. Fishing for catfish and black bass. Located approximately 8 miles southeast of Mount Vernon via Texas 37 south, FM 2723 east. Also, accessible from Pittsburg.
Eagle
Acres: 1,200

Near town of
Eagle Lake
Impoundment well known for goose and duck hunting. Popular site for shooting resorts and hunting clubs. No fishing or boating. Located adjacent to city of Eagle Lake.
Eagle Mountain Reservoir
Acres: 9,200

Near town of
Fort Worth
Located on the West Fork of the Trinity River this lake serves for recreation (all water sports) and water supply for Fort Worth. Facilities include rest rooms, trailer areas, boat rentals, snack bars, launch ramps, fishing (good year round) and fishing supplies. Located approximately 12 miles northwest of Fort Worth via FM 1220. Also accessible from Rhome and Azle.
Joe Pool
Acres: 7,470

Near town of
Arlington
Situated on the Dallas and Tarrant counties line, this lake impounds water from Mountain Creek. Parks: Britton, Loyd and Lynn Creek. Cedar Hill State Park (2,000 acres on northshore) offers a variety of lake side activities. Excellent fishing. Accessible from Dallas, Grand Prairie, Arlington and Waxahachie.
Lewisville
(Formerly Garza-Little Elm Reservoir)
Acres: 29,952


Near town of
Lewisville
Very popular with the Dallas/Fort Worth area for water sports and recreation. Offers picnic areas, tent & RV camping, 24 hour fishing barge, pavilion, swimming beach and public facilities. Activities: water skiing, swimming, camping, sailing, picnicking, boat rentals, launch ramps, and marinas. For information: 972-434-1666. HQ located west end of dam off I-35E and Justin Road approximately 27 miles north of Dallas. For information on Lake Park: 972-219-3550. Also accessible from Denton, McKinney and Frisco.
Limestone
Acres: 14,200

Near town of
Groesbeck
Located on the upper navasota River lake level is dependent on rainfall and water use. Facilities: primitive camping, boat ramps, boating, and fishing. Fish: catfish, bass, crappie and panfish. Accessible from Groesbeck via Fm 937 south, Buffalo and Centerville.
Mexia
Acres: 1,200


Near town of
Mexia
Created by the Navasota River and lesser streams popular spot for swimming, skiing, boating, lake side camping and fishing (good year round). Located approximately 8 miles west of Mexia off US 84. Also accessible from Groesbeck.
Moss
Acres: 1,125

Near town of
Gainesville
City lake popular with the locals for fishing. Fish: Florida bass, black bass, sand bass and kentucky bass. No picnicking or camping facilities. Located approximately 12 miles northwest of Gainesville via FM 1201.
Mountain Creek
Acres: 3,050


Near town of
Dallas
Primarily for power generation this lake is also popular for boating and fishing. Located in southwest Dallas near Dallas naval Air Station and Grand Prairie (not shown on most maps). Accessible off US 80.
Navarro Mills
Acres: 5,070

Near town of
Corsicana
Corps of Engineers impoundment on Richland Creek with several public parks offering trailer and picnic areas, camping, boat rentals 7 launching, drinking water, rest rooms and fishing supplies. Good fishing. Located approximately 18 miles southwest of Corsicana off Texas 31. Also accessible from Hubbard and Hillsboro.
Nocona
Acres: 1,470


Near town of
Nocona
Impoundment on Farmers Creek with commercial marinas, picnicking, campsites with RV hookups, swimming area and boat ramps. Activities also include fishing and water skiing. Accessible approximately 3 miles northeast of Nocona via FM 1956 east and FM 3301 north.
Pat Cleburne
Acres: 1,550

Near town of
Cleburne
Owned by the city of Cleburne it is locally popular for fishing, skiing, swimming, power boating, sailing and other water sports. There are lake side service providers for anglers and boaters. Located approximately 5 miles west of Cleburne via US 67. Also accessible from Glen Rose.
Pat Mayes
Acres: 5,993


Near town of
Paris
Corps of Engineers impoundment on Sanders Creek. Public parks offer picnic and camping areas, boat ramps. Both boating and fishing are popular with food, bait and tackle nearby. For information contact project office (at dam) FM 906 - about 13 miles north of Paris off US 271. Also accessible from Arthur City and Chicota.
Proctor
Acres: 4,610

Near town of
Comanche
Corps of Engineers conservation with several parks. Facilities include lake side camping and picnicking, and boat ramps. Most parks offer rest rooms, showers and water and electricity. Water sports and boating are popular, as is fishing. Good hunting. For information contact HQ at dam - 8 miles northeast of Comanche off US 67/377 or 8 miles south of De Leon off Texas 12. Also accessible from Dublin.
Ray Hubbard
Acres: 22,745


Near town of
Dallas
Reservoir on the East Fork of the Trinity River. Provides lake side camps, marinas, vacation home areas, fishing and boating. Located approximately 10 miles east of Dallas off I-30. Also accessible from Garland, Mesquite, Rockwall, Forney and Rowlett.
Ray Roberts
Acres: 29,350

Near town of
Gainsville
Dam at river mile 60 on the Elm Fork of the Trinity River. Popular for boating, swimming, and fishing. Isle du bois State Park has more than 1,300 acres providing a 12 mile trail for hiking, equestrian, biking. Also accessible from Sanger, Pilot Point, Aubrey and Tioga as well as Dallas/Ft Worth metroplex.
Richland-Chambers Creek
Acres: 44,752


Near town of
Athens
Reservoir with lake side facilities under development. Currently available are: public boat ramps, lake side campground and marina. Fishing permitted. Fish: largemouth bass, sand bass, Florida-strain bass, coppernose bluegill, crappie and catfish. Information at HQ Tarrant County Water district Office - FM 416 east of I-45/streetman. Also accessible from Corsicana, Powell, Eureka, Kerens, Cayuga and Fairfield.
Somerville
Acres: 11,460

Near town of
Somerville
Corps of Engineers lake with 85 mile shore line provides many camping and park areas, public and commercial marinas. Information available at HQ located north end of dam off Texas 36. Lake Somerville State Park on north and south shores with facilities for water sports and camping. Located east of Somerville via Texas 36 north to lyons, FM 60 west. Also accessible from Brenham and Caldwell.
Squaw Creek
Acres: 3,228


Near town of
Glen Rose
Rocky shoreline on this unusually deep, clear lake. Provided excellent fishing (stocked) for smallmouth, spotted and hybrid striped bass, native game fish and walleye. Fee access. Located approximately 4 miles north of Glen Rose off Texas 144.
Stillhouse Hollow
Acres: 6,430

Near town of
Belton
Impoundment of the Lampasas River with broad areas of open water between steep, rocky shores. Public parks (5) offer camping, marina service, picnicking, fishing and boat ramps. Information available at Corps of Engineers HQ at dam FM 1670. Located 8 miles southwest of Belton, access via FM 1670 off US 190 west or via FM 2766 and FM 1670 west of I-35 from Saladao. Also accessible from Temple and Killeen.
Tawakoni
Acres: 36,700


Near town of
Greenville
Reservoir is one of larger lakes entirely within Texas and hosts: camps and parks, marinas. Facilities provided are: weather reporting station, boat ramps, designated water ski areas. Excellent fishing. Information available from Sabine River Authority at north end of Iron Bridge Dam off Fm 47 south of Point. Located approximately 16 miles southeast of Greenville off US 69. Also accessible from Wills Point, Quinlan, Commerce, Edgewood, Point, Loan Oak and Emory.
Texoma
Acres: 89,000

Near town of
Denison
Reservoir in both Texas and Oklahoma. Facilities include campgrounds (57), 110 picnic areas, trailer parks, 100+ shelter buildings and 80+ boat ramps. Purported to have some of the best fishing in the country. Maps and information are available at project HQ south end of the dam on US 91. Located a few miles north of Denison via US 91. Also accessible from Whitesboro and Sherman.
Waco
Acres: 7,270


Near town of
Waco
Impoundment of Bosque River with 60 miles of shoreline mostly within Waco city limits. Amenities: sand beaches, boating, swimming, fishing (year round), lake side camps, parks and marinas. Located at the northwest edge of Waco.
Walter E. Long
Acres: 1,269

Near town of
Austin
Located just east of Austin via FM 969 east, FM 973 north - this lake has been stocked with saltwater flounder and redfish, and native freshwater species. Primarily noted for fishing; boat ramps.
Waxahachie
Acres: 645


Near town of
Waxahachi
Built in the Trinity River Basin 4 miles southeast of Waxahachie. Recreational activities: water skiing, swimming, picnicking and fishing. Located off Howard Lane (FM 877).
Weatherford
Acres: 1,210

Near town of
Weatherford
City lake on Clear Fork of Trinity River with several public fishing areas. Commercial facilities are accessible. Located approximately 7 miles east of Weatherford via US 80/180 and FM 730.
Welsh Reservoir
Acres: 1,365

Near town of
Mount Pleasant
Impoundment popular for fishing and camping. Facilities include lake side camping areas, cabins, bait and tackle and boat ramps. Fish: crappie, largemouth bass, catfish and bream. Located approximately 11 miles southeast of Mount Pleasant via Texas 49 east and FM 1735.
White Rock
Acres: 1,119

Near town of
Dallas
Northeast Dallas most popular lake in White Rock Lake Park. Amenities include boating, fishing, picnicking and other park facilities. No skiing. (Lake is shown only on city maps) Access off Texas 78 and Loop 12.
Whitney
Acres: 23,560

Near town of
Whitney
Corps of Engineers impoundment on the Brazos River and one of the most popular areas in the nation. Lots of marinas, campsites, parks, vacation home development and recreational areas. Activities fishing (excellent) and scuba diving (depth nearly 100 feet). Lake Whitney State Park located on eastern shore. Located a few miles west of Whitney via FM 1244 or Fm 1713. Also accessible from Meridian, Hillsboro and Clifton.
Wood
Acres: 488

Near town of
Gonzales
Reservoir on the Guadalupe River (Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority) with recreational areas for picnicking, camping and RV hookups, fishing and rest rooms. Access to lake and river docks via boat ramps. Fish: catfish. largemouth bass, and crappie. Located approximately 5 iles west of Gonzales on US 90-A, then south on FM 2091.
Worth
Acres: 3,560

Near town of
Fort Worth
In northwest Fort Worth this lake is noted for scenic vistas along Meandering Drive. Popular for skiing, boating, and sailing. Both parks and picnic areas dot the shoreline. It is also the location of the Fort Worth Nature Center and Refuge. Accessible via local streets and roads from Texas 199.




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Braunig
Acres: 1,350

Near town of
San Antonio
City owner reservoir on Arroyo Seco - tributary of the San Antonio River. Activities include boating, fishing with lake side picnicking. Located a few miles southeast of San Antonio off I-37. Also accessible from Elmendorf and Floresville.
Calaveras
Acres: 3,624

Near town of
San Antonio
Impoundment on Calaveras Creek known as a pre-eminent Texas bass lake. Facilities include those for boating (ramps) and picnicking. Accessible a few miles southeast of San Antonio off US 181 south and Loop 1604.
Canyon Lake
Acres:8,240

Near town of
New Braunfels
One of the most scenic in Texas set amongst steep-shouldered evergreen hills. Here you'll find public parks along the shore offering picnicking, camping/trailer areas and boat ramps. There are also 2 yacht clubs, 2 marinas, fishing groups and ski club along with loads of other activities. Excellent fishing. Located approximately 20 miles north of New Braunfels via Texas 46 and FM 2722 (north); or FM 306 north of I-35. Also accessible from the towns of Sattler, San Marcos and Blanco.
Casa Blanca
Acres: 1,656

Near town of
Laredo
This recreational lake also supplies water for Casa Blanca Public Golf Course. Amenities offered: bait & tackle shop, boat rentals, skiing, fishing, boating, swimming area and picnic grounds. Lake record of 9.38 lbs. for largemouth bass. Approximately 10 minutes from Laredo.
Choke Canyon Reservoir.
Acres:25,733

Near town of
Three Rivers
Located mid-way between Corpus Christi and San Antonio this reservoir on the Frio River has been stocked with largemouth, florida and striped bass, crappie, channel and blue catfish and sunfish. Three Rivers State Park offers camping, picnicking, and camping. Townsite of Old Calliham (within the park) has campsites, 7-lane boat ramp, rock jetty, screened shelters, fishing pier, fish-cleaning stations, trails, swimming area, and concession facilities. Located approximately 13 miles west of Three Rivers on Texas 72.
Corpus Christi
Acres:19,336

Near town of
Mathis
Located a few miles west of Mathis off Texas 359 or via Alice, this reservoir is located on the Nueces River and popular for swimming, fishing, boating, sailing and skiing. The upper reaches of this 27 mile long lake offer excellent habitat for fish. There are several spots around the shore with fishing camps and marinas. (See Lake Corpus Christi State Park information/Mathis.)
Medina Lake
Acres: 5,575

Near town of
Bandera
Impoundment on Medina River with year-round fishing. Popular for water sports. Located about 23 miles southeast of Bandera via Texas 16 to Pipe Creek. Also accessible via Castroville.



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