Get Yourself Into Some Deep Water

Richland-Chambers is one of the largest lakes in Texas. Its rural setting makes it a perfect retreat for uninterrupted time on the water. Located in Navarro and Freestone counties, this 45,000 acre lake includes private marina’s, docks and ramps. TRWD has created several public access ramps on the lake that make getting on the water a breeze.

Richland-Chambers Lake Level

The amount above or below conservation level

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Fishing Richland-Chambers

Richland-Chambers provides great fishing opportunities.The lake is regularly stocked with fish and is a great place to catch White & Hybrid Striped Bass, Blue & Channel Catfish, Largemouth Bass, Crappie, Smallmouth Buffalo and Carp. Find more information about fishing on Richland-Chambers Lake on the Texas Parks & Wildlife website.

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Lake Rules & Safety

Activity upon this lake is governed by the General Ordinance of the Tarrant Regional Water District, in addition to all applicable state and federal regulations pertaining to inland waterways.

When using any lake for recreation, the district encourages everyone to practice safe boating.

Richland-Chambers Lake Map

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Lake Location

Richland-Chambers is located in Navarro and Freestone counties.

Lake Hours

Richland-Chambers is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. When accessing the water after dark, all watercraft must follow rules regarding proper lighting as outlined in the TRWD General Ordinance & TX Safe Boating Act.

Lake Contact

For Non-Emergency:
(903) 389-3928
In case of emergency:

Lake Current Level Conservation Level* Level Difference**
Arlington 548.74 550.00 -1.26
Benbrook 694.41 694.00 0.41
Bridgeport 828.09 836.00 -7.91
Cedar Creek 321.79 322.00 -0.21
Eagle Mountain 646.05 649.10 -3.05
Lake Worth 591.60 594.00 -2.40
Richland-Chambers 314.87 315.00 -0.13
*Conservation Level: The permitted level of water an entity is allowed to hold in a lake. Any amount above the conservation level is used for the temporary storage of flood waters and must be released downstream.
**Difference: Amount above or below conservation level.
For more information read our daily reports or the TRWD Lake Level Blog.

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