What is a CFL?

A Community Fishing Lake (CFL) is a public impoundment 75 acres or smaller located within an incorporated city limits or a public park, or any impoundment lying totally within the boundaries of a state park. Many CFL's are stocked annually with channel catfish and/or rainbow trout.

 

Community Fishing Lakes: Hill Country Region

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Lakes Listed by County

County Lake Name Location Acres
Bandera Bandera City Park Lake In Bandera 6
Bandera Hill Country State Park Hill Country State Park 2
Bandera Lost Maples - Lower Lost Maples State Park 3
Bandera Lost Maples - Upper Lost Maples State Park 0.75
Blanco Blanco County Follow River Road through Blanco SP and turn left onto FM 1623, follow FM 1623 to the second crossing of the Blanco River outside the park. Ask park employees for specific directions to the pond. 13
Blanco Blanco State Park #1 The park is located on the south side of Blanco on Hwy 281. Ask park employees for specific directions to the pond. 12
Blanco Blanco State Park #2 The park is located on the south side of Blanco on Hwy 281. Ask park employees for specific directions to the pond. 10
Blanco Blanco State Park #3 The park is located on the south side of Blanco on Hwy 281. Ask park employees for specific directions to the pond. 9
Blanco Blanco State Park #4 The park is located on the south side of Blanco on Hwy 281. Ask park employees for specific directions to the pond. 8
Blanco Blanco State Park #5 The park is located on the south side of Blanco on Hwy 281. Ask park employees for specific directions to the pond. 6
Burnet Hamilton Creek Park Lake (Burnet) In Burnet, Hamilton Creek Park is located off of HWY 29 West, (use map provided). 1
Comal Fischer Park Pond 1 located at the corner of County Line Rd. and Old McQueeny Rd. in New Branfels 2.84
Comal Fischer Park Pond 2 located at the corner of County Line Rd. and Old McQueeny Rd. in New Branfels 2.55
Comal Landa Park In New Braunfels 21
Gillespie Harper Community Park Lake 0.20
Gillespie L.B.J. State Park The park is located 2 miles east of Stonewall, 14 miles west of Johnson City on US Highway 290 toward Fredericksburg. Adjacent to both Ranch Road 1 and US Highway 290; enter on Park Road 52, ask park employees for specific directions to the pond. 3
Gillespie Lady Bird From Fredericksburg follow HWY 16 south 3 miles to the park entrance. (use map provided). 7
Hays Bradfield Pond 2 From I-35 exit Loop 4 North at exit 221. Turn left on Loop 4 North and drive 7 miles to entrance of Bradfield Village. Pond is located within neighborhood. 5
Hays Lake Kyle Just E. of Lehman Rd. in the City of Kyle 12
Hays Stagecoach Pond Located in the city of Buda 0.96
Kendall Boerne City From I-35 New Braunfels take the HWY 46 exit, head west on HWY 46 to Boerne, from HWY 46 in Boerne turn left into city park. 3
Kendall Joshua Creek Park Pond 9.50
Kerr Ingram In Ingram 59
Kerr Louise Hays Park Louise Hays Park in Kerrville 45
Kerr Old Ingram In Ingram 40
Kimble Allison Park In Sonora 10
Kimble Buck Lake South Llano River St. Pk. 1
Lampasas W. M. Brook Park Lake Follow HWY 281 or HWY 183 into Lampsas. ( use map to find park). 8
Llano Llano City The HWY 16 Bridge crosses the Llano Rive just below the dam for Llano City Lake, find access to lake where suitable. 70
Llano Moss Lake The park is 18 miles north of Fredericksburg on Ranch Road 965, or from Llano, take HWY 16 for 14 miles south and then go west on Ranch Road 965, ask park employees for specific directions to Lake. 4.50
Mason Big Lake (Mason County) Mason Mountain Wildlife Management Area 12
Mason Comanche (Mason County) Mason Mountain Wildlife Management Area 2.70
Mason Mile-O-More Mason Mountain Wildlife Management Area 3.90
McCulloch Richards Park-Lower In Brady 10
McCulloch Richards Park-Upper In Brady 10
Medina Castroville City In Castroville 30
San Saba Colorado Bend State Park A The park is west of Lampasas, southeast of San Saba. From the intersection of US Highways 281 and 183 in Lampasas, take FM 580 west 24 miles to Bend and follow the signs 4 miles to the park entrance. From San Saba, take US Highway 190 about 4 miles to FM 580 and follow the signs 13 miles to Bend; follow the signs 4 miles to the park entrance. The headquarters is 6 miles past the entrance on the gravel road (unmarked County Road 442). (Access road subject to flooding.). Ask park employees for specific directions to the pond. 0.50
San Saba Colorado Bend State Park B The park is west of Lampasas, southeast of San Saba. From the intersection of US Highways 281 and 183 in Lampasas, take FM 580 west 24 miles to Bend and follow the signs 4 miles to the park entrance. From San Saba, take US Highway 190 about 4 miles to FM 580 and follow the signs 13 miles to Bend; follow the signs 4 miles to the park entrance. The headquarters is 6 miles past the entrance on the gravel road (unmarked County Road 442). (Access road subject to flooding.). Ask park employees for specific directions to the pond. 0.50
San Saba Mill Creek Park Park located off HWY 190, 5 blocks east of Court house. 4
Travis Bullfrog Pond East Metropolitan Park in Austin. Going East on US 290 from I-35 take the FM 973 exit proceeding through Manor. After crossing the railroad tracks turn left on to Blake-Manor Road. Stay on Blake-Manor Road and the Park Entrance will be located on the right. The park entrance is about 3.5 miles on the right. 1
Travis Butler Park Pond Located in the city of Austin on West Riverside Drive in Butler Park 0.68
Travis Kingfisher Lake East Metropolitan Park in Austin. Going East on US 290 from I-35 take the FM 973 exit proceeding through Manor. After crossing the railroad tracks turn left on to Blake-Manor Road. Stay on Blake-Manor Road and the Park Entrance will be located on the right. The park entrance is about 3.5 miles on the right. 3
Travis Mills Pond (Wells Branch) 1
Travis Northwest Park From I-35 take HWY 183 /Research Blvd. Exit, from Research Blvd., from Research Blvd., exit onto Anderson Lane and head west, from Anderson Lane turn left onto Shoal Creek Blvd., Shoal Creek Blvd. runs adjacent to the park, turn left into park. 0.50
Travis Southeast Metropolitan Park Pond 1 From the intersection of Highway 71 and FM 973 take Highway 71 East approximately 1.5 miles. The park entrance is on the left. Pond #1 is located in the northwest corner of the park. 2.80
Travis Southeast Metropolitan Park Pond 2 From the intersection of Highway 71 and FM 973 take Highway 71 East approximately 1.5 miles. The park entrance is on the left. Pond #2 is located on the north side of the park along the back perimeter 0.80
Travis Southeast Metropolitan Park Pond 3 From the intersection of Highway 71 and FM 973 take Highway 71 East approximately 1.5 miles. The park entrance is on the left. Pond #3 is located in the northeast corner of the park. 0.90
Travis Southeast Metropolitan Park Pond 4 From the intersection of Highway 71 and FM 973 take Highway 71 East approximately 1.5 miles. The park entrance is on the left. Pond #4 is located at the front entrance of the park between the soccer fields and the main road. 0.90
Travis Tadpole Pond East Metropolitan Park in Austin. Going East on US 290 from I-35 take the FM 973 exit proceeding through Manor. After crossing the railroad tracks turn left on to Blake-Manor Road. Stay on Blake-Manor Road and the Park Entrance will be located on the right. The park entrance is about 3.5 miles on the right. 0.50
Uvalde Fort Inge In Uvalde 12
Uvalde Garner State Park Garner State Park 10
Uvalde Nueces 5 miles South of Camp Wood 32
Uvalde Utopia Park Lake Utopia 8
Williamson Berry Springs Mill Pond in Berry Springs Park and Preserve 3
Williamson Blue Hole Park Lake From I-35 take the FM 2338/Williams Drive exit, head east and turn right onto Austin Ave., from Austin Ave. turn right onto 2nd St., from 2nd St. turn right onto Scenic Dr. and follow into park. 3
Williamson Bright Lake From I-35 take the HWY 79 exit, head east on HWY 79 and turn left into Old Settlers Park approximately 3 miles from I-35. 18
Williamson Brushy Creek Reservoir From I-35 take exit 245 toward FM 734/Parmer Lane. Turn left onto West Parmer Lane/FM 734 until you come to the intersection of Parmer Lane and Brushy Creek Road (CR 174). Turn left onto Brushy Creek Rd. (use map to find park). 30
Williamson Bull Branch Pond Taylor Located on the North side of Taylor TX corner of N. Park Blvd and Carlos G. Parker Blvd NW in Taylor Regional Park 1.20
Williamson Camp Twin Lakes North in the City of Cedar Park 5.80
Williamson Camp Twin Lakes South in the City of Cedar Park 5
Williamson Devine Lake From I-35 merge onto HWY 183 until you reach Leander. Exit HWY 183 at FM 2243. Go west on FM 2243 approximately 2 miles and turn right onto CR 279 (Baghdad Road). The lake will be located on the left side. 35
Williamson Meadow Lake (Round Rock) From I-35 take the FM 3406 exit, FM 3406 exit is just north of HWY 79, go east on FM 3406 (Old Settlers Blvd.), go to Sunrise Street which has a stop sign, one block past Sunrise Street turn left, lake is about mile on the right side of the road. 59
Williamson Round Rock City From I-35 take the McNeil Road/HWY 171 exit, head west on McNeil Road and turn right onto Round Rock West Drive and follow to park entrance. 15
Williamson San Gabriel Park From I-35 take the FM 2338/Willaims Drive exit, head east and turn left onto Austin Ave., from Austin Ave. turn right onto Stadium Lane and follow into park. 12
Williamson Shirley McDonald Park Pond From I-35 take the FM 620 exit, go west on FM 620 turn right onto Great Oaks Drive, from Great Oaks Drive turn left onto Hairy Man Road, park is located on the left. (park on corner of Great Oaks and Hairy Man. 1
Williamson Taylor City From I-35 take HWY 79 exit to Taylor, follow into Taylor (will change name to 2nd Street), turn left onto HWY 95, from HWY 95 turn left onto Lake Drive. 2
Williamson Taylor City #2 From I-35 take HWY 79 exit to Taylor, follow into Taylor (will change name to 2nd Street), turn left onto HWY 95, from HWY 95 turn left onto Lake Drive. 4
Williamson Taylor City #3 From I-35 take HWY 79 exit to Taylor, follow into Taylor (will change name to 2nd Street), turn left onto HWY 95, from HWY 95 turn left onto Lake Drive. 0.20
Williamson Taylor City #4 From I-35 take HWY 79 exit to Taylor, follow into Taylor (will change name to 2nd Street), turn left onto HWY 95, from HWY 95 turn left onto Lake Drive. 3
Williamson Taylor Regional Park Lake Located in Taylor Regional Park (N of Hwy 79 on Carlos Parker Blvd) along eastern boundary 6

 


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