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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 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.
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|25 FEB 2024
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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.
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Latest News and Updates
For information on Mobility Assistance Device use in Corps Parks, please read the Policy here . For more information or to be issued a permit please contact the lake Manager.
See Park Facility Closure Report below for additional information, please call or visit individual websites for information on leased areas.
Invasive Species Alert: Argentine Ant are currently at Somerville Lake Click link for more information
Somerville Lake wants you! For information on how to become a volunteer, click here. Your opportunity awaits you.
Facility Closure Information
Somerville Lake no longer accepts cash payments for any USACE operated campground or boat ramp. If you need assistance, please contact us at (979)-596-1622. We appreciate your cooperation.
Facility Closure Report
This report last updated on Fri Nov 10 2023 06:48:45 GMT+1000 (Papua New Guinea Time)
|8/25/2022 9:24:52 AM
|The area will remain closed.
|11/9/2023 1:40:28 PM
|Boatramp #1 is closed due to low water. Campsites 97-170 are closed for winter season.
|8/25/2022 9:27:36 AM
|11/9/2023 1:34:18 PM
|Camping Loop 42-83 is on a winter closure starting 1 October 2023 though 31 March 2024.