About Lewisville Lake
Lewisville Lake includes in excess of 29,000 sections of land of great water recreational openings. Highlighting numerous marinas and open parks, pontoon slope access and Texas' acclaimed sweltering summer climate, it's optimal for angling, skiing, sailing and swimming. Encompassed by in excess of 16,500 sections of land of stop and natural life administration lands. Lewisville Lake is additionally a great area for outdoors, picnicking, climbing, cycling, birding and substantially more.
Also, Lewisville Lake has a normal profundity of 40-50 feet and is encompassed by 187 miles of shoreline, 23 of which line The Colony. The dominating types of fish incorporate largemouth bass, spotted bass, white and half breed striped bass, white crappie and blue and channel catfish. Lewisville Lake is overseen by the U.S Army Corps of Engineers and gets inexhaustible help from Texas Park and Wildlife and Lewisville Lake Environmental Learning Area LLELA.