Richland Chambers Lake is a Y Shaped lake located within the City of Corsicana, just one hour south of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex on I-45, this lake is considered one of Texas' "Best Kept Secrets." Built in the late 1980s, the lake is controlled by the Tarrant Regional Water District, and is fed by two creeks, both Richland and Chambers. The area around Richland Chambers Lake is booming, but still under-developed. It's the best time ever to take advantage of this secluded Texas Lake.
Unlike many Texas Lake Properties, it is possible to purchase land that reaches to the shoreline at Richland Chambers Lake. It is possible to find a beautiful home with a lake view in a country setting, as well as custom homes in new subdivisions. There are roughly 50 areas for building a home around the lake. Most of the Texas Lake Home communities have deed restrictions, home owners associations, and architectural control commitees. Very few areas allow mobile homes. You can find lots on which to build your retirement home, vacation home, or any dream home. Richland Chambers Lake Homes are typically priced from $100,000 to $800,000. At this stage, you can still find breath-taking water-front lots with lake shore vistas for under $100,000!
Richland Chambers Lake has deep waters that are great for sailing. Sailers enjoy the large East to West expanse on the Richland arm.
Boat ramps are available for public use. Richland Chambers offers Marinas, Boat Rentals, Houseboats, Ski Boats, Pontoon Boats, Slip Rentals, Docks and Boat Ramps.
This Texas Lake is great for water skiing, wakeboarding, tubing, jetskiing, and kneeboarding on a summer day because it's large and not over-crowded.
Richland Chambers Lake is an angler's paradise with largemouth, white, and hybrid striped bass, blue & channel catfish, crappie, small mouth buffalo, and carp. Bass fishing tournaments are held regularly.“Richland-Chambers has one of the best blue catfish populations in the entire state of Texas” (Richard Ott, biologist - Texas Parks and Wildlife).
Richland Chambers Lake has a special area that serves as a forbidden zone dedicated to waterfowl hunting. Since the lake is located near the Trinity River, it is a natural flyway for waterfowl, offering plenty of ducks & geese for hunters.