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Stephens
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Panhandle Plains
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Hubbard Creek Lake
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Hubbard Creek Reservoir Information:
The 14,922 surface acre Hubbard Creek Lake is located on Sandy, Hubbard and Brushy Creeks. It was impounded in 1962 and has a maximum depth of 60 feet. Amenities include 4 public boat ramps, private camping facilities and a public park. The lake is used primarily by fishermen. As of 2011, there were no gas docks on the lake. The newer Paul Prater Volunteer Landing boat ramp at the south end of the dam is usable during low water levels. The lake is located approximately 5 miles west of Breckenridge, Texas. Current Lake Level  TPWD Public Access Facilities Map    
 
Hubbard Creek:
The creek rises 3 miles northwest of Baird in Callahan County and flows 62 miles northeast to its mouth on the Clear Fork of the Brazos River, 10 miles north of Breckenridge, Texas.
 
Peeler Park& Boat Ramp:
Amenities include a one lane concrete, lighted boat ramp with a maximum parking capacity of 40, live bait sales, picnic tables, restrooms, and RV sites with electric and water hookups. The boat ramp provides lake access at lake elevations of 1175 or higher. Open year round; no launch fees apply. This park is operated by the West Central Texas Municipal Water District. Open daily, 8am-10pm. (254) 559-3677. The park is located in the Hubbard Creek area west of Breckenridge on U.S. 180, a few miles west of the U.S. 180 Bridge. From Breckenridge, go west on U.S. 180. Go right on CR 336. Boat Ramps Map
 
Corey Park & Boat Ramp, 27 Acres: 
TPWD identifies this boat ramp as Game Warden Slough. Amenities include a two lane lighted, concrete boat ramp with a maximum parking capacity of 30, a picnic area, primitive camping, and limited sanitary facilities. There is no potable water. RVs and ORVs are prohibited in the park. The boat ramp provides lake access at lake elevations of 1175 or higher. Open year round; no fees apply. This boat ramp is operated by the West Central Texas Municipal Water District. (254) 559-3677. The ramp is located northwest of Breckenridge on the northwest side of the dam. From U.S. 180, take FM 3099 North to the boat ramp. Boat Ramps Map
 
Bob Clark Landing Boat Ramp:    
TPWD identifies this boat ramp as Mile Long Bridge boat ramp. Amenities include a two lane lighted, concrete boat ramp with a maximum parking capacity of 30. The boat ramp provides lake access at lake elevations of 1175 or higher. Open year round; no fees apply. This boat ramp is operated by the West Central Texas Municipal Water District. (254) 559-3677. The ramp is located west of Breckenridge at the west end of the U.S. 180 Bridge. Boat Ramps Map
 
Paul Prater Landing Boat Ramp: 
Amenities include a two lane concrete boat ramp with parking for 50 vehicles. This boat ramp is functional at low lake levels. The boat ramp generally provides access at lake elevations of 1160 or higher. Open year round; no launch fee applies. This boat ramp is operated by the West Central Texas Municipal Water District. (254) 559-3677. The ramp is located off FM 3099 at the southeast end of the dam. Boat Ramps Map
 
Village Inn Motel, RV Park & Marina:
Amenities include a two lane lighted, concrete boat ramp with a maximum parking capacity of 30, a fish cleaning station, live bait sales, a courtesy dock, boat slips, restrooms, a campground and RV sites with hookups. Their gas dock is closed. Open year round; boat launching and camping fees apply. (254) 559-3472. They are located at 3128 CR 315. From U.S. 180 take FM 3099 to CR 315.