24 Maps of Texas Lakes - Loaded With Things To Do

We have just developed some cool new Texas Lake Maps that make it very easy to find things to do on the map like: marinas, restaurants, boat rentals, ramps, campgrounds, golf courses, resorts, day use parks, and more on Texas lakes. When you select what you want to see on the Texas Lake Map (for example, ramps and party coves), icons will appear on the map with a caption box that tells you more about what you selected. We've done some research on the lake and then selected some items to add to the lake map that we think lake visitors and boaters would like to know more about. We are constantly adding new items and new lakes each month. Here is what we have so far - check it out! Let us know what you think and what we need to add to the maps - send us an email.

Texas Lake Maps With Things To Do

Party cove at Lake Austin

Lake Austin Map

A constant level lake created by damming the Colorado River, Lake Austin is scenic and offers lots to see and do. You can always find some calm water, enjoy one of two party coves, dine or listen to live music on the water, cruise by some huge beautiful mansions, or camp on the shore line. Read our review of Lake Austin.

Lake Bob Sandlin

Lake Bob Sandlin Map

A small 9400 acre lake that is best known for fishing. It's home to Lake Bob Sandlin State Park, one marina with cabins and a small RV park, some large beautiful homes, and lots of standing timber in the water, particularly at the west end of the lake. Read our review of Lake Bob Sandlin to learn more about the lake.

Lake Bridgeport

Lake Bridgeport Lake Map

A rock bottom 11,000 acre lake, 20 miles long, and 170 miles of shore line and clear water for a Texas lake. You'll find camping and some lodging and one boat-up-to restaurant serving burgers. Fishing is pretty good and there are some great coves for boarding or swimming with limited boat traffic. Read our review of Lake Bridgeport to learn more.

Waterfalls at Lake Buchanan

Lake Buchanan, the first in the chain of the six Highland Lakes, has some good lodging, pretty scenery, and coves for swimming and boarding, Fishing is ok and the lake is not as crowded as most of the other Highland Lakes. Rear our review of Lake Buchanan.

Caddo Lake

Caddo Lake Map

Wow, what a unique, scenic, and mysterious lake rich with history and alive with aquatic vegetation. Great lake for cruising, camping, fishing, and boarding/skiing on the back bayous or main lake.

Canyon Lake

Canyon Lake Map

A beautiful lake with deep clear emerald green water, ok camping, lots of lodging options but none directly on the water, fair fishing, and good boarding water. Here is a link to our review of Canyon Lake which is one of our favorite lakes in Texas.

Cedar Isle Restaurant & Baja Beach Club

Cedar Creek Lake Map

Cedar Creek Lake is one of the largest lakes in Texas with over 200 miles of shoreline that has good coves for skiing, some restaurants, live music on the water, and lots of homes. Cedar Creek Lake Review.

Huge house at Bentwater on Lake Conroe

Lake Conroe Map

Lake Conroe is fun for cruising (some beautiful humongous homes in Bentwater), lake side dining, fun bars, great golf, and more. Conroe is one of our top rated like because of all it has to offer for a fun weekend or longer. Review of Lake Conroe.

Lake Fork

Lake Fork Map

Lake Fork is best known for fishing, in fact, 65% of the Texas Top 50 largest bass (including the current state record) were caught in Lake Fork. There is a lot of standing timber covering a large portion of the lake, but there are lane buoys to get you around the lake. There are several marinas, lots of lodging options, and a great golf course. Read our review of Lake Fork.

Paddling on Fort Phantom Hill Lake

Fort Phantom Hill Lake Map

Just north of Abilene, Fort Phantom Hill Lake is 4213 acres, averages 66' deep, and has some pretty good fishing. There are a few parks, a couple with limited primitive camping, with picnic areas, ramps, disc golf, and more.

Lake Grapevine Map

Lake Grapevine offers an abundance of water activities from sailing to jet skiing as well as camping, hiking, biking and more convenient to visitors to the DFW area. Review of Lake Grapevine

Tubing on the Guadalupe River

Guadalupe River Upper and Lower Guadalupe River Map

The Guadalupe River is one of the best rivers in Texas for camping, tubing, fishing, kayaking, canoeing, or just hanging our for a fun weekend. Use these maps to find fun stuff to see and do on the Guadalupe River.

Lake LBJ Horseshoebay house

Lake LBJ is a constant level lake with plenty of excellent choices for lodging, plus you'll find a great resort, places to swim and socialize, boat rentals, restaurants, and more. Lake LBJ Review.

Lake Lewisville party cove

Lewisville Lake Map

Lewisville Lake is a 29,000 acre lake with 187 miles of shoreline. You'll find plenty of boat ramps, several campgrounds and day use parks, two good restaurants with live music, great golf courses surrounding the lake (one that you can boat up to), a challenging disc golf course, and a great party cove. Read our review of Lewisville Lake to learn more.

Lake Livingston

Lake Livingston Map

Lake Livingston is the 2nd largest lake located in Texas & has been called a "water wonderland" a perfect place to relax & enjoy yourself. Lake Livingston has plenty of options for lake-side camping, lodging, and dining. You'll find good fishing guides, a great golf course, and boat rentals - Livingston has everything you need for a fun filled weekend or longer.

Hell's Gate at devils cove

Possum Kingdom Lake Map

A beautiful, scenic, and clear water lake with over 300 miles of shoreline. Something for everyone: good camping, lots of resorts and rentals, skiing, partying, fishing, home sites, or any water related activity. Review of Possum Kingdom Lake.

A small sandy island on Sam Rayburn

Sam Rayburn Reservoir

A Texas Outside Favorite! A scenic lake that is largely undeveloped and one of the biggest lakes in Texas. Good lakeside campgrounds, several places with cabins and cottages, and good fishing. You'll find some good coves and sandy beaches. Review of Sam Rayburn Reservoir.

Lake Somerville Birch Creek Camp State Park

Lake Somerville Map

Lake Somerville is an 11,000 acre lake with 85 miles of shoreline that is very good for camping, fishing, and water related activities. The State Park has good campsites, there are some private RV Parks, some with cabins and a restaurant, and 13 miles of trails for hiking, mountain biking, or horseback riding.

Tubing on Lake Tawakoni

Lake Tawakoni Map

Lake Tawakoni is a 37,000 acre lake with 200 miles of shoreline about 40 miles east of Dallas. The lake is best know for fishing but is also good for recreational boating. There are marinas, a couple boat up to restaurants, several day use areas, and some campgrounds, the best of which is Lake Tawakoni State Park. For such a big and close by lake, it seems undiscovered.

Lake Travis Party Cove

Lake Travis is a Texas Outside Favorite Lake - great restaurants, clear water, good nightlife, fantastic party cove, good fishing, great coves for skiing, and more. Lake Travis Review.

Lake Texoma

Lake Texoma Map

One of the largest & prettiest lakes in Texas with lots of camping, sandy beaches, clear water, great striper fishing, resorts, golf, restaurants on the water, and more. Lake Texoma Review.

Beautiful cove and calm water on Toledo Bend Lake

Toledo Bend Lake Map

A huge lake with 1200 miles of shoreline, beautiful scenery, some good RV and camping sites, a couple good resorts, excellent fishing, and a lot of stumps. Toledo Bend Lake Review.

Sailing on Lake Tyler

Lake Tyler and Lake Tyler East

Two very small (2200 acres) but pretty lakes with a heavily treed shoreline with some huge beautiful home and lake houses built over the water - a small channel joins both lakes

Lake Whitney

Lake Whitney

Lake Whitney is the fourth largest lake in Texas at 23,500 acres and it's well known for it's excellent skiing on the Brazos River, good fishing, towering white limestone bluffs, and good camping

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