Located on the Brazos River just an hour southwest of Dallas/Fort Worth, the Brazos is the longest river in Texas and flows through the heart of Granbury and Hood County. Lake Granbury is a long, narrow, 8,310 acre lake with 103 miles of shoreline and a maximum depth of 75 feet.
Lake Granbury has 5 public boat ramps, two fishing piers and 4 overnight camping areas. Boating, fishing, jet ski and city beach area.
Predominant Fish Species
Striped Bass & White Bass
Channel & Flathead Catfish
Limited amounts of bulrush, cattails, and water stargrass