Palo Pinto Lake

Texas

43Listings
$15K-$1B
$21.5MTotal Value
Palo Pinto Lake, Texas

The Palo Pinto Lake real estate market is a limited supply marketplace for lake property in Texas.

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    About Palo Pinto Lake
    Southwest of Fort Worth

    Palo Pinto Lake on the Brazos River Valley is part of Palo Pinto County, just 79 miles southwest of Fort Worth.

    The Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, Texas Harris Methodist Hospital, and a selection of hotels and restaurants are conveniently located in Fort Worth.

    A 2,399-Acre Lake

    In 1954 Palo Pinto lake was constructed to provide water to Mineral Wells, Texas, and give the Brazos Electric Plant access to cooling water.

    The lake covers 2,399 acres and reaches its deepest point at 47 feet.

    A Fisherman’s Lake

    Lake Palo Pinto has many boat docks and three easy-access boat ramps to accommodate their boaters.

    Fishermen can choose from the North Ramp, Love Ramp, or the FM 2692 Ramp; all open year-round and are free to use.

    This lake is a great source of largemouth bass, white bass, hybrid striped bass, channel catfish, flathead catfish, and white crappie.

    The rocky points around the shoreline and the numerous boat docks, best when lighted at night, are the most promising places to fish around the lake.

    Endless Fun in Fort Worth

    Get a taste of the city life in Fort Worth, Texas; just an hour away from the Palo Pinto District.

    The 35-block Sundance Square is the place to go for dining options such as The Cheesecake Factory, Istanbul Grill, P.F Chang’s, or Five Guys.

    It is also home to stores like Francesca’s, Willow House, Earthbound Trading Company, H & M, and Loft.

    The Fort Worth Zoo is home to an impressive 7,000 animals of 540 different species that include tigers, lions, zebras, kangaroos, orangutans, and more.

    Lake Property in a Convenient Location

    One who enjoys lake life would find a property on Lake Palo Pinto appealing with its boating and fishing opportunities; as well as its proximity to Fort Worth where dining, shopping, and entertainment are just a drive away.