Lake Ray Hubbard

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Lake Ray Hubbard


Lake Ray Hubbard is the closest major lake to the city of Dallas. Formed by the East Fork of the Trinity River, the lake is owned and operated by the city of Dallas, and is also bordered by the cities of Rockwall, Forney, Rowlett and Wylie. Due to close proximity to many suburbs in DFW, it is very popular for sailing, boating, fishing and other maritime recreation.  More Lake Information

Lake Ray Hubbard News and Community


White-tailed Deer Hunters Can Look Forward to a Favorable 2020-21 Season

AUSTIN – Texas Parks & Wildlife say that well distributed and timely precipitation across much of Texas in the spring, along with positive long-term growth among the state’s white-tailed deer...

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Lake Ray Hubbard: Places Accessible For RV Camping

Lake Ray Hubbard: Places Accessible For RV Camping Lake Ray Hubbard offers plenty of places for RV camping for you and your family! Now is a great time to plan your next trip to the Lake Ray Hubbard...

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Lake Ray Hubbard: Top 18 River & Lake Safety Tips

Lake Ray Hubbard: Top 18 River & Lake Safety Tips The boating season is in full force for the summer! Summer is an ideal season to take time with the family and friends at your favorite lake...

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Dock Talk -- Set the Hook or Not

A new bass fishing angler asks the age-old question when fishing a plastic worm; should he set the hook immediately when he feels a bump or wait a second before setting the hook. My learning curve in fishing...

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Boating Safety

Many Texans are taking advantage of sunshine on the state’s waterways this July 4th Weekend. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) is reminding everyone to be safe this holiday weekend and all year...

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Lake Ray Hubbard Marinas


Harbor Bay Marina

Harboy Bay Marina is locate on Lake Ray Hubbard near Rockwall, Texas.

Sapphire Bay Marina

Check out Lake Ray Hubbards newest marina Bayside Boat Club.

Lake Ray Hubbard Camping


Plantation Place RV Park

Plantation Place RV Park is known as the Dallas area camping base. The park is located close to Lake Ray Hubbard and offers 40 acres of camping space for recreational vehicles. Full hookups are available along...

East Fork Park Campgrounds

East Fork Park is located at 1901 Skyview Drive near Lake Ray Hubbard. The location offers tent camping all year round. RV sites are also available with electric plus water hookups. There is a nearby...

The Waters RV Park - An Adult Only Community

The Waters RV Park offers lake view lots near lake Ray Hubbard for an adults-only community. The private areas include large concrete parking, paved streets, and antique lighting. Amenities include fishing...

Holiday Village RV Park Near Lake Ray Hubbard

Holiday Village RV Park is located in Sachse, Texas near Lake Ray Hubbard. The location offers sites with full hookups and we are open all year round. Management is available onsite plus security cameras are...

Hidden Acres RV Park

Hidden Acres RV Park is a quiet place to relax near Lake Ray Hubbard. The park is located at 10364 County Road 740 in Princeton, Texas. The RV park offers nearby gas and propane, boat rams, and swimming...

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Lake Ray Hubbard Current Weather Alerts

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Lake Ray Hubbard Weather Forecast

Monday

Partly Sunny

Hi: 91

Monday Night

Partly Cloudy

Lo: 69

Tuesday

Slight Chance Rain Showers

Hi: 91

Tuesday Night

Slight Chance Thunderstorms

Lo: 73

Wednesday

Slight Chance Thunderstorms

Hi: 96

Wednesday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 76

Thursday

Hot

Hi: 97

Thursday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 77


Lake Ray Hubbard Water Level (last 30 days)


Water Level on 8/3: 434.72 (-0.78)



Lake Ray Hubbard Fishing Report from TPWD (Jul. 29)

GOOD. Water lightly stained; 86 degrees; 0.73 low. Largemouth bass are good on diving crankbaits, chatter baits, skirted football jigs, and Texas-rigged plastic worms in timber. White bass are good on tiny torpedoes and small tail spinners early then fishing slabs and jigging spoons on main lake points, humps, and ridges in 15-25’. Crappie are good near bridges, brush piles and submerged trees in with minnows and jigs. Catfish are good on baited holes in 12-25’ on the north end of the lake.