Eagle Mountain Lake

Eagle Mountain is a very pretty lake, with many bluffs and trees surrounding it. Not to mention that is has some really nice homes and some big wake boats on it. Eagle Mountain is about 12 miles northwest of Ft. Worth and can be reached by taking loop 820 to Jacksboro Highway (Highway 199) NW to near Azle. A friend used to own a weekend live-aboard boat and kept it on this lake. The following link is the overview page from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.


Reportedly, Eagle Mountain Lake has resorts (nominal admission fees are charged) with white-sand beaches, and in-water slides.




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Good food on a outdoor patio, Texaco gasoline, and a nice ramp with close parking are the prime attractions. This private ramp is located on the way to Twin Points. Turn left on the first street after you cross the dam and look for the pink building.

West Bay Marina


Roeser Park (open Memorial Day to Labor Day)

The launch area is in the center of a wide grassy field and opens into a sheltered but small bay. It looks like camping may be available under some nice trees, though.


Twin Points Resort

Twin Points is sheltered in a beautiful sheltered bay. There is only a one lane ramp for jet skis and small boats. The 1999 launch fee was $5.00 and you can expect to pay $8.00 per person to use the nice sandy beach. This "resort" primarily consists of many permanent residents living in RVs and house trailers. Parking is a few hundred yards from the launch area.



Ft Worth Angler's Club

From: "Mullins, Tony"

> from Ft worth get on 820 west exit jacksborro hwy (199)go north to 730
> exit onto 730 turn right and stay on 730 till you reach Sandy beach road
> then turn right now stay on Sandy beach till you reach power squadron road
> and it will be on the left cant miss it.
> okay now for particulars this a private rv park under lock and key with
> swimming area boat ramp two docks and sea wall with tie up
> eyelets and ladders so you may want to call prior to coming out or come by
> water and just tell them you heard about and wanted to check it out.
> btw if you drive out we do have a very strict 5mph speed limit mainly because
> we have a lot of rugrats running around playing
> membership is $25 a year for adults 17+ (26 for the first year for a key)and
> $2 per year under 17
> we have nice brand picnic pavilion by the water and a play ground area also
> showers and restrooms


Camping is available at Roeser Park, listed above.



Cabins and RV


Bed and Breakfast



Nearby attractions: http://www.fortworth.com/

A review of the Ft. Worth Nature Center, located just below the lake dam: http://star-telegram.com/system/static_content/editorial/travel%20destinations/fw


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