WEST TEXAS LAKES
Lake Cleburne is 1,558 acres and the maximum depth is 64 feet. Lake is located one hour southwest from DFW. It is owned and operated by US Army Corp of Engineers. They do not allow camping on the lake.
Eagle Mountain Lake is locatied on the West Fork Trinity River, just north of Fort Worth and Lake Worth in Tarrant County. Surface area 8,738 acres, maximum depth 47 feet, impounded 1932. The conservation pool elevation is 649 feet above mean sea level and fluctuation is 2-9 feet. The water authority is the Tarrant Regional Water District. Click here to view waterfront properties at Eagle Mountain Lake.
Lake Fort Phantom Hill is in West Texas.
Lake Graham is located on the Salt Creek in Young County, five miles north of Graham on US 380. Surface area 2,444 acres, maximum depth 45 feet, impounded 1929. The conservation pool elevation is 1,075 feet above mean sea level and fluctuation is minimal. The water authority is the City of Graham.
Hubbard Creek Lake is located on Sandy Creek, Hubbard Creek and Brushy Creek in Stephens County, 51 miles northeast of Abilene and about five miles west of Breckenridge. Surface area 14,922 acres, maximum depth 60 feet, impounded 1962. The conservation pool elevation is 1,183 feet above mean sea level. The water controlling authority is West Central Texas Municipal Water District.
Lake Granbury is 7,945 acres, 103 miles of shoreline and the maximum depth is 33 feet. The lake is located 33 miles southwest of Fort Worth. The lake is controlled by the Brazos River Authority . Waterside living and a boathouse are allowed. There is a historic downtown at the Granbury square. Click here to view waterfront Homes For Sale at Lake Granbury.
Lake Livingston the second largest lake in Texas is located on the Trinity River in Polk, San Jacinto, Trinity and Walker counties. Dam is in Polk and San Jacinto counties, west of Livingston and 50 miles north of Houston. . 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 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.
Lake Palo Pinto .
Possum Kingdom Lake is 16,716 acres, 219 miles of shoreline, and the maximum depth is 145 feet. Lake is located 25 miles from Mineral Wells. It is owned and operated by Brazos River Authority. Crystal clear water and cliffside views. There are marinas and boat ramps. All types of boating are possible. All registered boats are required to have a Water Recreational User Permit from the Brazos River Authority. Camping is available. Hells Gate, a narrow channel which cuts between an island and a row of cliffs is a popular spot. Waterside living and boathouses are allowed. Click here to see Waterfront Homes for sale at Possum Kingdom Lake.
Squaw Creek Reservoir
Lake Weatherford is located East of Weatherford off US 80/180, 19 miles from downtown Fort Worth. Surface area: is 1,158 acres, maximum depth 39 feet, impounded 1957. Conservation pool elevation is 896 feet above mean sea level. Fluctuation is 2-8 feet. The reservoir controlling authority is the City of Weatherford.
Lake Worth is located on the West Fork of the Trinity River, entirely within the Fort Worth city limits. Surface area 3,489 acres, maximum depth 22 feet, impounded 1914. Conservation pool elevation is 594 feet above mean sea level. Fluctuation is moderate. The reservoir controlling authority is the City of Fort Worth.