Clay, Wichita
Panhandle Plains
Lake Arrowhead
Lake Arrowhead Information:
The 14,969 surface acre Lake Arrowhead was impounded in 1966 on the Little Wichita River. It has approximately 106 miles of shoreline and a maximum depth is 45 feet. The land surrounding the lake is gently rolling prairie covered with mesquite trees. Wildlife includes birds such as waterfowl and wading birds, and a black-tailed prairie dog town. Recreation facilities include Lake Arrowhead State Park and 5 boat ramps. Predominant fish species include largemouth bass, white bass, channel, flathead and blue catfish, and white crappie. The lake is managed by the City of Wichita Falls.
Lake Arrowhead Location Map
Lake Arrowhead Lake Level 
Lake Arrowhead TPWD Public Access Facilities Map 
Lake Arrowhead State Park Clear Sky Chart  
Wichita River:
The river has three branches. The North Fork arises six miles east of East Afton in northeastern Dickens County and flows east 100 miles through King, Cottle, and Foard Counties to meet the South Fork and form the Wichita River proper in northeastern Knox County. The Middle Fork rises in north central King County and flows northeast thirty-five miles to join the North Fork in southwestern Foard County. The South Fork rises in eastern Dickens County and flows east through King and Knox Counties for approximately 100 miles to its confluence with the North Fork near the Knox-Baylor County line in northeastern Knox County. The Wichita River proper flows northeast across Baylor, Archer, Wichita and Clay Counties for ninety miles to join the Red River just east of Henrietta, Texas. The river passes through Wichita Falls, Texas. River lakes include Diversion Lake in Archer County, Lake Kemp in central Baylor County, and Lake Arrowhead just south of Wichita Falls, Texas.  Wichita River Fish Stocking History      
Lake Arrowhead Directions:
The lake is located on FM 2606, East Arrowhead Drive and FM 1954, 15 miles southeast of Wichita Falls, Texas and east of U.S. 281.