Information About Cedar Creek Lake
Construction of Cedar Creek Lake was completed in 1965. The lake is owned and managed by the Tarrant Regional Water District and spans Henderson County and Kaufman County in northeast Texas, feeding the Trinity river.
Unlike many reservoirs, Cedar Creek Lake allows boat docking at your property. Three major creeks afford opportunities for great fishing and smooth water for wakeboarding and skiing. Texas Parks and Wildlife Cedar Creek Lake webpage displays information regarding species of fish, size records and stocking history
Cedar Creek Lake’s elevation variation and property ownership are important considerations for prospective homeowners. We’ve extracted a month-by-month elevation chart from the U.S. Geological Survey web site, Cedar Creek Lake Elevation to provide detailed information on elevation changes from our conservation pool level of 322’. Property ownership begins at the 325’ elevation level. With the large spillway on the west side of the lake, the water hasn't risen past 323.5' since the creation of the lake.
The greater Cedar Creek Lake area is comprised of the following cities: Caney City, Enchanted Oaks, Eustace, Gun Barrel City, Kemp, Log Cabin, Mabank, Malakoff, Payne Springs, Star Harbor, Seven Points, Tool, and Trinidad.
Please call or email us for a free detailed Cedar Creek Lake map showing water depth, subdivisions and streets. Click this picture to obtain a PDF map of Cedar Creek Lake showing many of the neighborhoods