• River: Brazos River
• Length: 100 Miles
• Surface Area: 14,922 Acres
• Volume: 317,800 Acre Feet
• Drainage Area: 1,107 Square Miles
• Maximum Depth: 60 feet
Hubbard Lake is located in Sandy Creek, Hubbard Creek and Brushy Creek in Stephens County, 51 miles northeast of Abilene and about five miles west of Breckenridge.
RESERVOIR CONTROLLING AUTHORITY
West Central Texas Municipal Water District
410 Hickory Street
Abilene, Texas 79601
There are several marinas and fishing piers in the lake area, but no boat rental facilities. Bait shops can be found on US 80. Boat access is provided by 4 public ramps and at least 3 private ones. The new public ramp at Paul Prater Volunteer Landing, at the south end of the dam, is usable at low water levels. Public bank fishing access is fair for a lake of this size; there are no handicap-accessible facilities. Camping and lodging opportunities are excellent, with hotels on US 80 and several campgrounds located around the reservoir. For more details, choose a point on the map or a name in the chart below.