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Lake Buchanan Map

Lake BuchananLake Buchanan is the highest and broadest of the six Highland Lakes and is second only in size to Lake Travis. It is a 23,060 acre impoundment of the Lower Colorado River, 30 miles long, with a maximum depth of 132 feet and width of 4.9 miles. The lake is somewhat developed with a number of homes, resorts and lodging, and campgrounds along the rolling hill country shoreline. The north end of the lake and up the Colorado arm are some sheeer rock formations, waterfalls, and pretty scenery. Lake Buchanan is not as popular and crowded as some of the other Highland Lakes. Fishing is ok, swimming and crusiing are good, and you should be able to find some smooth water to ski and board. Depending on the water level, there are some islands that are great for beaching the boat, picnicing, and swimming.

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    Resources Guide For Lake Buchanan

    There are some excellent courses near Lake Buchanan
    TP&W has some good information on fishing, ramps, marinas, and more
    Lots of good information on Lake Buchanan and what to do
    Here is a list of where you can rent a boat to enjoy the lake
    Use of of these guides to help you catch a trophy or at least some fish for dinner

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