Lake Whitney Information
Army Corp of Engineers
Click here for their Lake Whitney website.
Brazos River Authority
Friends of Lake Whitney
Non-profit organization with the purpose of unifying information concerning Lake Whitney.
Meets 4th Thursday of most months at 7pm, at the First Baptist Church of Laguna Park, in the annex building across the street from the church.
Contact Jo Ann Mulhausen at 254-622-3449 or friendsoflakewhitney.org
Click here for information on Corps-managed parks.
Click here for information on Corps-leased parks.
Click here for information on Lake Whitney State Park.
Go to this U.S. Army Corps of Engineers site and scroll down to "Whitney" under the "Brazos River Basin" heading.
Click here and scroll down to Brazos River Basin. Just above Whitney are Possum Kingdom and Granbury, both of which flow into Lake Whitney.
Gate, turbine, and evaporation information
A great waterproof map for navigation is called "Topographic & Recreational Map of Lake Whitney", published by Lake Products. It is available at the White Bluff Marina Market, and in the sporting goods department at the Walmart's in Hillsboro and Cleburne for under $5.
US Army Corps of Engineers one-page map with park and marina locations
"Lake Whitney Views" is a local monthly newspaper that specializes in articles related to fishing, boating, and hunting.
Contact 694-2237 or lakewhitneyviews.com for subscription information.
There is an interesting book called "Goodbye to a River", by John Graves. It was published in 1959, and describes John's final trip down the Brazos River before it was changed forever by the dam at Lake Whitney. It is a good account of the land and the people surrounding the portion of the river just north of White Bluff.
Last updated on March 18, 2014