• Day Rate$85.00
  • Half-Day Rate$65.00
  • Under Twelve RateNo Charge
  • Youth (13-17) Day Rate$45.00
  • Youth (13-17) Half-Day Rate$35.00

  • If property is wet, DO NOT drive down to the lake. Park at the top of the hill and walk down to the on site boat.

    ***DO NOT remove any bass at this site. You may still keep any crappie caught and report the total number removed, back to the club office through the online reservation system after your outing.***

    No large outside boats allowed. Two man plastic boats, kayaks and float tubes are acceptable. Be sure the boat and trailer are clean before launching.


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Weston - SW Lake

****March 2019 update. The 15' foot decked boat has been replaced with a new 12' jon boat. Maintaining the larger boat required constant maintenance, so we now have a low/no maintenance jon boat for members to use. Please remember to latch the boat up to the chain on the cedar post. *****

This 15 acre lake is only 7 miles N.W. of McKinney. Perfect for the fisherman who wants to knock off work a bit early and catch a few hours of good fishing. The lake was built in 1969 and has been stocked with both Florida and Native bass with the lake record being 12 lbs. The lake is on a fertilization program and feeds the blue gill with an automated feeder. The poles, both PVC and metal are marked brush piles. The lake has depths of 16 feet and has a large flat area of 3' water on the west and south sides of the lake. The East and North side of the lake are the deeper areas with the deepest water in the NW corner by the dam.

Bank fishing is good for approx 70% of the lake.



General Availability :
This site is available year round.
Lake Size :
11 - 30 acres
Bank Fishing :
Bank fishing is available.
Tent Camping :
Tent camping is not available.
Boat Availability :
Jon boat with bench seating
Boat Launch :
Concrete Boat Launch

Location Map


Approx 7 miles NW of McKinney. 45 minutes N of downtown Dallas.


Park in the NW corner of the lake approx 100 yards south of the dam. On wet days leave your vehicle on the road and walk the 100 feet to the lake.