1. Lake Travis
Stretching over 60 miles long and 190 feet deep, this body of water (located just 30 minutes outside of Austin) provides a stunning playground for every PWC enthusiast. Since it's creation on the Colorado River in 1941, Lake Travis has been one of the most popular water sport destinations in the Lone Star State
2. Lake Conroe
Roughly an hour outside of Houston, Lake Conroe is a very desirable destination spot for fishing and personal watercraft enthusiasts alike. At 21 miles long and covering 21,000 acres, this body of water is one of the busiest for recreational boaters in the state.
3. Lake Amistad
With the closest major city (San Antonio) located roughly two hours away, Lake Amistad is a wonderful remote location for all of your water sports needs. Due to this, visitors tend to make more of a weekend trip to this location opposed to day trips. Rental options for lodging include reasonably priced hotel rooms along with the ability to stay right on the water through houseboat rentals. Another large draw for this location are the caves along the shores possessing some of the largest known cave paintings in North America.
4. Canyon Lake
Possessing crystal clear water and 80 miles of shoreline, Canyon Lake is an ideal spot for not only your recreational water activities, but also your recreational camping and hiking adventures. Centrally located between Austin and San Antonio, Canyon Lake is bordered on the rim of beautiful Texas Hill Country. Welcoming the Upper Guadalupe River from the west, the Canyon Lake Dam provides a controlled release of cool waters into the Lower Guadalupe River.
5. Lake Lewisville
Lake Lewisville provides not only a great place to ride, but also a number of family-friendly activities with being located just outside of the Dallas/Ft. Worth metroplex.