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Texas Lakes and Reservoirs



Aquilla Dam & Lake
Bardwell Lake
Belton Lake
Benbrook Lake
Buffalo Lake National Wildlife Refuge
Caddo Lake State Park
Canyon Lake
Choke Canyon Reservoir
Choke Canyon State Parks
Cooper Lake
Cooper Lake State Parks
Cottonwwood Lake Recreation Area
Double Lake Recreation Area
Fairfield Lake State Park
Granger Lake
Grapevine Lake
Inks Lake State Park
Joe Pool Lake
Lake Bob Sandlin State Park
Lake Brownwood State Park
Lake Casa Blanca International State Park
Lake Colorado State Park
Lake Corpus Christi State Park
Lake Georgetown
Lake Houston State Park
Lake Livingston State Park
Lake Meredith
Lake Meredith National Recreation Area
Lake Mineral Wells State Parks and Trailway
Lake Rita Blanca
Lake Somerville State Parks & Trailway
Lake Tawakoni State Park
Lake Texana
Lake Texana State Park
Lake Whitney State Park
Lavon Lake
Lewisville Lake
Medina Lake
Navarro Mills Lake
O.C. Fisher Lake
Pat Mayse Lake
Proctor Lake
Ratcliff Lake Recreation Area
Ray Roberts Lake
Ray Roberts Lake State Park
Red Hills Lake Recreation Area
Sam Rayburn Reservoir
Sheldon Lake State Park
Somerville Lake
Twin Buttes Reservoir
Waco Lake
Whitney Lake
Wright Patman Dam And Lake

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Description - The sites listed here range from small natural lakes to huge man-made reservoirs. These lakes and reservoirs are scattered throughout Texas.

Attractions - Many of these reservoirs include state parks. Some of them make up wildlife refuges. Most of the lakes and reservoirs listed offer developed recreation attractions.

Recreation - The lakes and reservoirs in Texas offer excellent water based recreation activities including fishing, boating, water skiing, sailing, operating personal watercraft, and beach activities. Many of the lakes offer adjacent campgrounds, picnic areas and trails.

Climate - Texas' climate is primarily hot and humid. Western Texas receives very little rainfall with the exception of the higher elevations. This is the driest area of the state having a relative humidity of 50 percent and an annual rainfall average of eight inches.

Northern Texas is infamous for its quickly changing weather. This is the area of the state that receives remarkable tornadoes and hailstorms. This is also the only region of the state to accumulate snow. An average of 15 inches falls each year along with 20 inches of rain.

Eastern Texas experiences hot and humid summers. Temperatures in the metro areas of Fort Worth and Dallas often reach 100 degrees in July and August. This makes for a dangerously high heat and uncomfortable for traveling. Winters are pleasant in this region, where the temperatures rarely dip below 32 degrees. Average rainfall in eastern Texas reaches 25 inches or more.

Location - Although Lakes and Reservoirs in Texas are somewhat concentrated in the eastern half of the state there are some large reservoirs that do exist in the western half of the state. Maps and directions to each lake or reservoir are included with the descriptions of each location.


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Texas - Texas is the second largest state in the country. Recreation opportunities in Texas mirror the vast land and diverse environments of the state.

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