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LakesOnline.com is a resource for lake and reservoir information. We currently have 1646 lake sites in the United States. Lakes Online is the largest online community for lake enthusiasts. Comprising of free memberships, members can participate in free boat classifieds, news and level alerts, forums, photo sharing and much more. Find your favorite lake and become a member. It's a good way to meet your lake neighbors!
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FEATURED LAKE

Lake Granbury is a North Texas reservoir near Granbury, Texas. It was created in 1969 and is one of three lakes damming the Brazos River.

Lake Granbury is contained by the De Cordova Bend Dam and is a long, narrow lake, encompassed by 103 miles of shoreline.

The lake is controlled by the Brazos River Authority in Granbury.

The lake was first proposed in the late 1950s. Construction began on the Cordova Bend Dam on December 15, 1966 by Zachry Construction Company. Impoundment of water began on September 15, 1969.

The proposed construction of the De Cordova Bend Dam in the mid-1950s became the impetus for John Graves' book, Goodbye to a River.

Lakes Online Website for Lake Granby: Granby.USLakes.info.

TOP 10 LAKES ONLINE BY MEMBERS
1. Lake Martin (AL) 8,127 Members
2. Lake Lanier (GA) 2,794 Members
3. Logan Martin Lake (AL) 2,084 Members
4. Smith Lake (AL) 1,920 Members
5. Weiss Lake (AL GA) 1,683 Members
6. Lake Travis (TX) 1,360 Members
7. Lake Hartwell (GA SC) 1,178 Members
8. Lake Conroe (TX) 692 Members
9. Table Rock Lake (MO) 641 Members
10. Lake Eufaula (AL GA) 627 Members

Current Daily Streamflow Conditions
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The colored dots on this map depict streamflow conditions as a percentile, which is computed from the period of record for the current day of the year. Only stations with at least 30 years of record are used. The gray circles indicate other stations that were not ranked in percentiles either because they have fewer than 30 years of record or because they report parameters other than streamflow. Some stations, for example, measure stage only.
U.S. Daily Streamflow Conditions