Eastland Visitor Center   Eastland Chamber of Commerce   The City of Eastland   Eastland Economic Development Corporation   Eastland Community Foundation   Eastland News & Events
Eastland Visitor Center


Visitor Information
  History of Eastland
  History of Eastland County
  Bird's-Eye View
  Contact Eastland
  Old Rip
  Receptions & Reunions









Lake Leon                                                                                                                                              Click Image to Enlarge
   The lake is a 28,000 acre-foot lake with great fishing, located seven miles southeast of Eastland. Lake Leon offers some of the area's best bass fishing, and holds the majestic Lone Cedar Country Club on its shores.
Most known for its largemouth bass tournament fishing, the reservoir also supports excellent populations of channel catfish, sunfish, and white bass. There are two public boat ramp with camping areas, and four private camping & recreational areas. The Texas Parks and Wildlife website has detailed information and demographics about Lake Leon.

  Accommodations on Lake Leon
  LaMancha RV Park & Cabins
402 Country Road 567
Eastland, TX 76448
(254) 647-3651
Solid Rock RV Park
2250 Hwy 2461
Eastland, TX 76448
(254) 647-3200
Leon Dam RV Park
Eastland Co. Water Supply District
Rt. 1, Box 157
Eastland, Texas 76470
Lake Keeper (254) 647-1976

Ringling Lake
   Named after the well-known circus ringmaster John Ringling who purchased the land around the lake to build a family amusement park, but later, graciously donated it to the city of Eastland. It is located .6 miles north of Main Street on Hwy 112 then left one mile to the trail heads. For information on campsites, picnicking, fishing, and ATV Trails, call 254-629-3349.
Visit the Eastland Rifle and Skeet Range and ride the many ATV Trails

Eastland Lake
   The lake is located north-west of downtown on FM 3101, and offers an excellent golfing experience at Lakeside Country Club. There is one unimproved (gravel) boat launch area near the bridge and several angler access points, including one at the dam. At 100 acres, it has plenty of water to support a variety of good sport fish populations, including largemouth bass, crappie, catfish and white bass. There is a good, under-fished population of largemouth bass in this lake. The lake record is 6.54 pounds, caught in March 2004. Some nice crappie are present as well.

Designed and Hosted by TXOL.net 2005-2012