For information regarding the Lake McQueeney Water Control & Improvement District and Dam repair click here. Lake McQueeney is 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). GBRA oversees all of the lakes along the Guadalupe River. The exception being Canyon Lake which is controlled by the Army Corps of Engineers. The “main lake” has a surface area of 400 acres with a storage capacity of 5,050 acre-feet. The river portion of Lake McQueeney is approximately 7 miles in length.