3400 Over Flow Road
Waco, TX 76712
About Lake Waco
Lake Waco, also known as "Waco Lake," is located in the prairie lake region of central Texas. The 7,200-acre reservoir is a thriving source of recreation and conservation, and is also within the boundaries of McLennan County, the WACO city limits in McLenna County. Within 60 miles of its shore, the 60-mile long, 1.5 million-acre lake offers a variety of recreational activities including fishing, swimming, boating, canoeing, kayaking, hiking, camping, fishing and fishing.
The Lake Waco Wetlands are the largest freshwater wetlands in the United States and one of the largest wetlands ecosystems in the world. The proximity to Lake Texas Panhandle and its natural beauty make the area a favorite destination for nature lovers.
Crappie fishing is considered hard to beat on this lake and is very popular with an average fluctuation of 2-6 feet. Many of the bays also offer opportunities to catch white perch, flathead catfish, white perch and many other fish species.
Lake Waco was created by the US Army Corps of Engineers to build a dam on the Bosque River, which is the primary source of water for the WACO area. The reservoir has been expanded and expanded to include a new dam that surrounds the original lake, and it is the largest man-made reservoir in the United States and the second largest in North America.
Lake Waco has been expanded to its current size to provide a long-term and reliable water supply to the growing WACO community.
The Corps of Engineers controls the water supply to Lake Waco, and the city of WACO is known for its hospitality. The city offers many local attractions, including a variety of restaurants, bars, hotels, restaurants and bars, as well as a number of parks and leisure facilities. In addition to its reputation as one of the most popular tourist destinations in Texas, it is known to have a long history of good relations with the US military and its allies.
Education is one of the main attractions, and hotels and restaurants abound nearby, so enjoy a relaxing visit to Lake Wacoka and get off soon!