SOUTH TEXAS LAKES

LAKES IN SOUTH TEXAS

Lake Belton is 12,385  acres,  136 miles of shoreline, and the maximum depth is 124 feet.  Lake is located 20 minutes from Belton.  It is owned and operated by  US Army Corp of Engineers.

Lake Livingston is the third largest lake in Texas. It is 93,000 acres, 39 miles long, 450 miles of shoreline, and maximum depth is 90 feet. The conservation pool elevation is 131 feet above mean sea level.  Fluctuation is about 1-2 feet.  Species of fish found are striped and hybrid bass, white bass, catfish, crappie and largemouth bass. The counties are Polk, Walker, San Jacinto, and Trinity. The lake offers fishing, boating, jetskiing, sailing, camping, and boat ramps.  The water controlling authority is the Trinity River Authority. 

Somerville Lake is 11,460  acres,  85 miles of shoreline, and the maximum depth is 38 feet.  Lake is located 30 miles from Bryan-College Station.  It is owned and operated by US Army Corp of Engineers.





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