August 2009

Found 1 blog entry for August 2009.

A common questions from many of my clients is, “What is the difference between the area lakes?” and “Which one is the biggest?” and “How long are they?”. Thanks to the new tools I am now able to find out exactly how long each lake is. Take a look at the map at the bottom of this post… All of these lakes are wide enough to Waterski/Wakeboard on, jet ski, fish, or just to cruise the lake in your boat. The typical length of a boat on these lakes is around 21.5’ with some larger (typically under 25’) and some smaller.

Lake Dunlap measured 7.1 Miles of usable/boatable lake using Google Maps. This lake at is widest is close to 900’ wide (about the width of 3 football fields. The Guadalupe Blanco River Authority ( lists this