Leon, Limestone, Robertson
Praries & Lakes
Lake Limestone
Lake Limestone Information:
The 12,533 surface acre Lake Limestone was formed in 1978 by the construction of the 8,385 foot long Sterling C. Robertson Dam on the Navasota River, 15 miles southeast of Groesbeck and near Limestone, Texas, in Leon, Robertson and Limestone Counties. Maximum lake depth is 43 feet. Recreation facilities include parks, marinas and boat ramps. Lake Limestone is located off FM 937 and FM 3371, 12 miles southeast of Groesbeck, Texas. Current Lake Level  Lake and Facilities Map 
Navasota River:
This 125 mile long river rises northeast of Mount Calm in southeastern Hill County and flows southeast, crossing Limestone County and serving as the county line between Leon and Robertson, Madison and Brazos, and Brazos and Grimes Counties before reaching its mouth on the Brazos River, six miles southwest of Navasota in southwestern Grimes County. The river is dammed at various points to form Lake Mexia, Springfield Lake (Fort Parker State Park), Joe Echols Lake, Lake Groesbeck, Lake Limestone and Martin Lake. River tributaries include Big, Little Cedar, Sand, Bowman, Panther, and Holland Creeks. Navasota, Texas is located on a bend in the river in Grimes County. Numerous archeological sites have been found along the river, which served early settlers as an access route into the area. 
Lake Limestone is located off FM 937 and FM 3371, 15 miles southeast of Groesbeck, Texas.