Some Texas Lakes Are Closed or Partially Closed to Boating!
The recent Texas rains have been so heavy that they could cover the whole State of Texas in eight inches of water. Central Texas lakes closed to recreational boating include Lake Travis, Inks Lake, Lake LBJ, Lake Marble Falls, Lake Austin, (Town Lake) in downtown Austin. In other parts of Texas, Lake Worth (Fort Worth) and Lavon Lake (Wylie, TX) are closed to boating. All campgrounds and boat ramps on Proctor Lake (Proctor TX) are closed. Murrell Park and all boat ramps on Lake Grapevine (Grapevine TX) are closed.
Belton Lake USACE
Many other lakes have partial park and/or boat ramp closures, including Aquilla Lake (Hillsboro TX), Bardwell Lake (Ennis TX), Belton Lake (Belton TX), Benbrook Lake (Benbrook TX), Lake Georgetown (Georgetown TX), Joe Pool Lake (Grand Prairie & Cedar Hill TX), Lake O' the Pines (Jefferson TX), Lewisville Lake (Lewisville TX), Navarro Mills Lake (Dawson TX), Ray Roberts Lake parks (Denton TX) Sam Rayburn Reservoir, Zavalla TX), Wright Patman Lake (Atlanta TX), and Lake Somerville (Somerville TX). Lake Waco closures include all marinas and campgrounds, except Bosque Park Day Use. Lake Whitney closures include all campgrounds and marinas.
Lake O.C. Fisher 2011 Drought Travis Dowell, USGS
On the flip side, some lakes are still experiencing drought problems. The swimming beaches at Hords Creek Lake near Coleman, Texas are closed due to drought. All boat ramps on O.C. Fisher Reservoir are closed.
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