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Enjoy the Fall Foliage at Lake Whitney

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Mid-October is the beginning of the fall foliage season in Texas. This is the time of year when you see the most beautiful colors in the largest state of the continental U.S., and Lake Whitney is one of the spots where you’ll see some of the most incredible views.

The lake is located approximately 80 miles south of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex.

Lake Whitney has much to offer the serious recreational camper. There are plenty of fish, spots for fishing, boating, hunting, and sightseeing. You’ll never miss an opportunity to enjoy the gorgeous views of Texas’ fall foliage.

 

Fall Foliage in Texas is the Best of Anywhere

The entire state of Texas is like an oil painting on canvas in the fall. The leaves change colors and fall from the trees, leaving a collage of reds, yellows, and a variety of colors on the ground like a royal carpet. Lake Whitney is just one of the state’s recreational areas where fall foliage is a heavenly delight.

The state legislature named it the Official Gateway Capital of the state in 2005. The 225 miles of shoreline features sandy beaches, towering cliffs, protective coves, and beautiful blue water, all of which match the fall foliage with perfect complements. With 14 parks and lots of wildlife, fall is the best time of year for birdwatchers and deer watchers.

Whether you’re an RVer, prefer tent camping, or like to rent a cabin, the lake offers incredible amenities in the fall that will make your vacation special for the entire family.

No matter where you go in Texas, the fall season is the best because the weather is cooler and foliage is beautiful, but Lake Whitney is one of the state’s finest features.

 

What to See at Lake Whitney

While visiting Lake Whitney in the fall, you’ll want to take in some of the area’s museums and restaurants. The local residents are hospitable and offer great service.

You can also fish at the lake. Fishermen go to Lake Whitney for a variety of fish including several popular varieties of bass, and blue catfish. There is also plenty of camping, hiking, and biking locations for the serious recreational camper and outdoors enthusiasts. If you’re into geocaching, Lake Whitney also hosts some great locations for that sport.

Whatever your favorite outdoor activity is, you can find it at Lake Whitney and enjoy the fall foliage of Texas while you do. The view from Lake View Point will take your breath away, and be sure to visit Big Oak, one the largest oak trees around the lake. Bring your kids with you to the lake and they can earn their Junior Ranger badges.



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Lake Whitney Weather Forecast

Monday

Mostly Cloudy

Hi: 63

Monday Night

Mostly Cloudy

Lo: 54

Tuesday

Cloudy

Hi: 75

Tuesday Night

Slight Chance Thunderstorms

Lo: 47

Wednesday

Sunny

Hi: 66

Wednesday Night

Clear

Lo: 42

Thanksgiving Day

Mostly Cloudy

Hi: 73

Thursday Night

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Lo: 57


Lake Whitney Water Level (last 30 days)


Water Level on 11/23: 530.48 (-2.52)



Lake Whitney Fishing Report from TPWD (Nov. 18)

EXCELLENT. Water clear; 64 degrees; 2.38 low. Black bass are fair on rocky points, creeks ledges, timber and weed beds on jerk baits, shad like crankbaits and jigs. Topwater plugs are working early in shallow areas where shad is present. White bass are excellent on the main lake with jigging spoons and slabs. Stripers are good with live shad along the main lake river channel edges in 15-35’. Watch for diving birds working the feeding schools of White bass and Stripers. Crappie are good with jigs and minnows in 14-25’ timber near creek channels and brush piles. Catfish are good on punch bait, shrimp, and cut bait.