Contact Information

Somerville Lake
Fort Worth District Map
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Somerville Lake Office
1560 Thornberry Dr.
Somerville, Texas 77879


M-F 8:00am - 4:30pm


Please send questions and comments about this website to the address above or call (979)-596-1622.

Camping Reservations:


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Welcome to Somerville Lake

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Fort Worth District welcomes you to Somerville Lake, located in Somerville, Texas. Somerville Lake offers many opportunities for outdoor recreation, water sports, fishing, hunting, boating, or just relaxed living. During your visit to Somerville Lake, be sure to take advantage of all the recreational opportunities and natural beauty that the lake has to offer. Help us to preserve the natural beauty of these resources by being a thoughtful visitor. With your cooperation, future generations can appreciate the beauty of Somerville Lake. Have a safe and enjoyable stay and come again.

Lake Elevation/Gate Opening Information
Somerville Lake
29 MAY 2015
Current Elevation Normal ElevationCurrently Releasing
257.80 238.00 1 cfs
Reservoir Control Section
Latest News and Updates

Facility Closure Report:

Somerville Lake

Latest News:

  • Due to flooding, several boat ramps and campsites are closed due to high water. Items listed below are closed until further notice.
    • Yegua Creek Park: CLOSED


    • Rocky Creek Park: CLOSED


    Reservations for all sites in Rocky Creek Park and Yegua Creek Park have been cancelled through 21 June 2015 and NRRS should be contacting individuals to inform them of the cancellations. Individuals will be given a full refund and will not be charged a cancellation fee. More cancellations may be required as the water rises. If these sites are able to be opened sooner, details will be posted on this website.

    Pecan Lake and Ironbridge Road Area's are closed due to water over access roads.

    Birch Creek State Park and Nails Creek State Park are closed.


  • Invasive Species Alert: Argentine Ant -- Argentine Ants are currently in Rocky Creek Park. Click on the first link to learn more about this invasive species and the second link to learn about other invasive species that are located at Somerville Lake, as well as those that could be transported to the Lake.
  • If you would like to become a gate attendant at Somerville Lake or within the Capital Regional Office area, please contact the Somerville Lake Office or click on the provided link. I want to be a gate attendant!


This site last updated on May 29, 2015