Sitting around 30 minutesÃ¢ÂÂ drive from Fort Worth, Lake Granbury is a reservoir that was created in 1969 during the damming of the Brazos River. The lake has a total surface area of around 3,360 hectares and 221kms of shoreline.
The long, narrow lake is a popular spot for wakeboarding, boating and water skiing, as well as fishing. The water is around 23 metres deep and home to various species of bass and catfish, as well as sunfish and long nose gar.
There are five recreation areas that sit around the lakes shoreline that offer plenty of amenities for visitors, including picnic areas, playgrounds, restrooms, walking paths and camping grounds. Lake Granbury town itself is also quite a picturesque place.