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Somerville Lake Water Sports

Two private floating marinas, Big Creek Marina and Lake Somerville Marina, and 11 boat ramps provide plenty of lake access for water recreation. The fee for boat launching at US Army Corps of Engineers operated parks is $3.00

, TX Boating


Navarro Mills Lake Camping

There are five developed park areas at Lake Navarro Mills. Liberty Hill Park Liberty Hill Park is located on the western shore of Navarro Mills Lake. and offers 99 campsites with water and electric hookups, of which 3 are screen shelters and 6 have sewer hookups, and 3

, TX Camping

Grapevine Lake Hiking and BikingTrails

Northshore Trail Approximately 9 miles Northshore offers some spectacular views of Grapevine Lake and dam for both hiking and biking.

, TX Trails

Somerville Lake Parks

Somerville Lake has RV and tent camping facilities. The US Army Corps of Engineers operates two (2) parks (Rocky Creek Park and Yegua Creek Park ) with overnight camping facilities. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department operates two , TX Camping


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.

, TX Fishing

Lake Bardwell Fishing

Many local fishermen consider Bardwell Lake as one of the best kept secrets in the state. Although the largemouth bass caught from these waters may not win a state record, bass fishermen seldom leave empty-handed. Crappie

, TX Fishing

Lavon Lake Fishing

Lavon Lake is noted for crappie fishing, especially in winter and spring. Largemouth bass, channel catfish, and blue catfish offer good angling opportunities. Striped bass were stocked in 1989 and 1994

, TX Fishing

Grapevine Lake Equestrian Trails

Rocky Point Trail - Approximately 3 miles. Users: Hiking and equestrian Description:

, TX Equestrian


Benbrook Lake Trails

Fort Worth Trinity Trail - The City of Fort Worth has approximately twenty-five miles of paved hike &

, TX Trails

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