Texas Lakes 'A' List


Texas Lakes Alphabetical Index

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Texas "A" Lakes

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Name County USGS Topo Map
A Lake Leon Halls Bluff
Adams Lake Jasper Pace Hill
Adler Lake Victoria Raisin
Agua Negra Cameron Los Fresnos
Akins Lake Panola Grand Bluff
Akins Lake Panola Grand Bluff
Aley Wine Lake Wood Quitman
Alkali Lake Martin Flower Grove
Alkali Lakes Dallam Buffalo Springs
Alkire Lake Fort Bend Missouri City
Allen Lake Rusk Gum Springs
Allen Lake Brazos Bryan East
Allen Lake Anderson Yard
Alligator Lake Anderson Neches
Alligator Lake Matagorda Danciger
Alligator Lake Jackson Navidad
Alligator Lake Brazoria Christmas Point
Alligator Lake Newton Merryville North
Alligator Lake Leon Stanmire Lake
Alligator Lake Anderson Todd City
Alligator Lake Panola Grand Bluff
Alligator Lake McMullen Loma Alta NW
Alligator Lake La Salle Fowlerton
Alligator Lake Hardin Evadale
Alligator Lake Jasper Rockland
Alligator Lake Sabine Haddens
Alligator Pond Leon Donie
Alligator Slide Lake Calhoun Austwell
Allred Lake Angelina Diboll
Almond Hole Jasper Franklin Lake
Alum Pond Robertson Marquez
Amarillo Lake Potter Amarillo East
Anderson Marsh Henderson Moore Station
Antelope Lake Ector Goldsmith
Antelope Tanks Hudspeth Molesworth Mesa South
Ara├▒a Lake Kleberg Riviera
Ard Lake Hardin Franklin Lake
Arm Lake Leon Oakwood
Arms Lake Henderson Murchison East
Armstrong Lake Newton Merryville North
Arthurs Lake Sabine Negreet SW
Ascarate Lake El Paso El Paso
Ash Lake Brazoria Lake Jackson
Ash Lake Harris Morgans Point
Ashe Lake Montgomery Spring
Ashton Lake Shelby Logansport East
Avery Lake Trinity Groveton West
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