Central Texas Lakes
A dammed portion of the Guadalupe River and is the self-proclaimed” Water Ski Capital of Texas”. Ideally located between New Braunfels and Seguin in Guadalupe County, Texas. Down-river from Lake Dunlap and up-river from Lake Placid. Lake McQueeney is a constant level lake controlled and managed by the Guadalupe Blanco River Authority (GBRA).
Lake Placid is located in Guadalupe County between Lake McQueeney and Meadow Lake. The pond area is 248 acres with a storage capacity of 2,624 acre-feet. Most of the lake is shallow with maximum depths of 30-35 feet near the dam.
Canyon Lake, Texas, is recognized as “The Jewel” of the Texas Hill Country. Canyon Lake’s location, on the Guadalupe River, makes it a great place to relax and enjoy the great outdoors. White tailed deer, foxes, roadrunners, and other wildlife can be spotted along the Guadalupe River in Canyon Lake.
A constant level lake with about 4 miles of navigable water that is located between LakePlacid and Meadow Lake. It is considered by most the calmest and quietest of the area lakes. It’sis mostly known for kayaking & paddle boarding due to The Seguin Paddle Trail that runs its entire length.
Also known as Lake Nolte, Meadow Lake is located South of Seguin with a surface area of 153 acres. It is one of the smaller sections, with about 4 miles of usable lake. Meadow Lake is narrower lake with several wider areas that open up. It also has one of the more un-touched shore lines that recreation seekers appreciate.
Located on the northwest border of Guadalupe County near New Braunfels, within an hour’s drive of both Austin and San Antonio; this 410-acre lake has a storage capacity of 5,900 acre-feet. Maximum depth near the dam is 40 feet.