Lewisville Lake is a favourite spot in the summer months, as it boasts plenty of good shoreline that is home to numerous camping facilities, restaurants, golf courses and lodges. It is a great place for wake boarding, water skiing and fishing, with catfish and crappie being the dominant game fish found in the lake.
Lewisville Lake is located in North Texas near Lewisville. When it was first created it was known as Dallas Lake, though in the 1950s it was renamed due to expansion, making it the second largest lake in the Trinity River area.
The lake has a total surface area of 11,975 hectares and it surrounding by trees and rolling hills. Nine bridges cross the lake, and it is also accessible via the A-train (Denton County Transportation Authority).