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Lake Brownwood

Lake Brownwood is a popular boating and fishing lake literally in the heart of Texas, near its geographical center.  You can boat, water ski, jet ski, fish and swim year-round on Lake Brownwood.   With 7,300 acres of surface area there is plenty of room for boating and waterskiing on Lake Brownwood.  The maximum depth is 95 feet.   Water levels in the lake can vary from day to day on Lake Brownwood.

Lake Brownwood is located about 10 miles north of the city of Brownwood and 70 miles southeast of Abilene.  It is also near the following towns:  Byrds, Holder, Grosvenor, Lake Brownwood, Blackwell Crossing, Fry, Thrifty, Buffalo, Liberty, Obregon, Bangs, Bluffview, Early and Owens.

The neighboring towns offer shopping for gifts, clothing, antiques and more.  You will also find a variety of dining in the local towns.  The museums and festivals are also fun.

Fishing on Lake Brownwood

According to Texas Parks and Wildlife fishing is good to excellent for white and hybrid/striped bass, good for largemouth bass and catfish, and fair for crappie, sunfish and freshwater drum on Lake Brownwood.

Lake Brownwood in Central Texas
There a lots of types of lodging at Lake Brownwood

You will find all kinds of lodging in the Lake Brownwood area, everything from lake rental houses to camping.  There are resorts with rental cabins, bed & breakfast inns, RV parks and more.

Entrance to Lake Brownwood State Park

Lake Brownwood State Park is located on Park Road 15 at Lake Brownwood.  The park covers 537 acres and offers miles of shoreline with opportunities to picnic, camp, hike two different trails, and go boating, waterskiing, jet skiing, fishing and swimming. 

Photographing the wildlife, wildflowers and birds at the park are also popular at Lake Brownwood State Park.  The wildlife includes; white-tailed deer, ducks, raccoons, armadillos and squirrels.


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