If you're looking for a place to escape, Lake Whitney just might be what you are looking for. Fishing, hunting, skiing, golfing, riding horseback on the scenic equestrian trails, shopping unique small town stores, or just kicking back at a lake cabin watching the golden sunset over the water.

Location: On the Brazos and Nolan rivers off Texas Highway 22, about 30 miles northwest of Waco
Surface area: 23,500 acres ( 37 Sq. Miles )
Maximum depth: 108 feet
Impounded: 1951
Shoreline: 225 Miles
Maximum width: 4 Miles across
Lake Length: 45 River Miles
Flood Pool Max: 571ft. msl
Conservation Pool Elevation: 533 ft. msl
Fluctuation: 4-8 feet annually
Normal Clarity: Stained

Aquatic Vegetation:
Willow, bushy pondweed, buttonbush, bulrush, coontail, pondweed, water willow

Predominant Fish Species:
Striped & white bass
Smallmouth & largemouth bass
Channel, blue & flathead catfish 

Reservoir Controlling Authority
US Army Corps of Engineers
285 CR 3602
Clifton, Texas 76634
(254) 694-3189