Cedar Creek Lake Map
Cedar Creek Lake is about 65 miles south east of Dallas and is the 7th largest lake in Texas with over 32,000 acres and 18 miles long. The terrain is flat and well treed and a large portion of the 220 miles of shoreline is developed with homes ranging from $50,000 to over $3 million. The average depth of Cedar Creek Lake is 53 feet, and according to Texas Parks & Wildlife the fishing is good on Cedar Creek Lake for largemouth bass and crappie and excellent for catfish and white and hybrid striped bass. Read Texas Outside's Review of Cedar Creek Lake to learn more about the lake and what to see and do.
Resources Guide For Cedar Creek Lake
|Texas Parks & Wildlife||TP&W has some good information on fishing, ramps, marinas, and more|
|Cedar Creek Chamber of Commerce||The Chamber has some lake information plus a calendar of events|
|Cedar Creek Water Sports||Cedar Creek Water Sports sells and services boats, motorcycles, ATVs, towables, and more|
|Cedar Creek Lake Rentals||Find a renal on Cedar Creek lake for a fun weekend|
|Cedar Creek Fishing Guides||Cedar Creek offers good fishing and these guides will help you land a big one!|
|A very active golf and lakeside community with a fun and challenging golf course - read our .|
|CedarCreekLake.com||This website provides information on Cedar Creek Lake rental property as well as other Cedar Creek Lake information|
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