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Waco Lake Trail


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Waco Lake Trail The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Waco Lake Project Office, has opened the long closed Speegleville II Park for public hiking and bicycling trails. This trail is opened not only to humans but leashed animals as well. The trail is approximately six miles long. Primitive restroom facilities are located at the trail head, next to the boat ramp parking lot. The roads and trails are not suitable for the narrow "road bike" type tires. Trail head parking is permitted on the grass by the pipe fence.

Lacy Point Access consists of a two-lane boat ramp and a hike/bike trail. There is no fee for boat launching at this access.

Lacy Point Access is located on the west shore of the lake. From IH 35 take Hwy 6 north for about 7 miles to Speegleville Rd., exit right, go 1 mile to stop sign, go right to park entrance.


Address: From Waco, 4 mi NW on FM 3051, then left for 1.5 miles
Phone: 254-756-5359
Our Email: Bill Key@swf02.usace.army.mil

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Waco Lake Fishing

There are over 51 species of fish which inhabit Waco Lake. The 6 major species which anglers catch regularly include Largemouth Bass, White Bass, Crappie, Channel Catfish, Blue Catfish and Yellow Catfish.

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Waco Lake Boat Ramps

Waco Lake has a total of 10 public boat ramps. The Corps of Engineers maintains 8 of these 10. The other two are operated by the two public marinas on Waco Lake:

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Waco Lake Hunting

Waco Lake offers a wide variety of hunting opportunities including: dove, early teal, duck, archery, deer gun season, and spring turkey hunting. There are 9 Wildlife Management Areas that consist of approximately 2,000

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Waco Lake Parks

Waco Lake has 8 parks with RV, tent and group camping facilities, some being exclusivley for camping or day use while others have a combination of both. The parks include:

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