Medina Lake

Welcome to Medina Lake and Pipe Creek Texas

Medina Lake, Texas is 24 miles southeast of Bandera, Texas on State Highway 16 east to Pipe Creek, Texas and then South on FM 1283. Access to the lake is available from Bandera County Park on the north side of the lake at the end of Park Road 37 in Plum Creek Cove.

Medina Lake, Texas is known for its large yellow catfish. Medina Lake’s 4,246-acres of clear water, sheltered by limestone bluffs The Medina Lake is also a popular location for SCUBA divers.

The following species of fish are found at the lake:
Bass; Hybrid Striped, Largemouth, Smallmouth, White
Catfish; Blue, Channel, Flathead
Crappie; Black, White
Shad; Gizzard, Threadfin
Others; Bluegill, Walleye

The park is open seasonally for day use activities only. September to May: Open weekends only (Saturday & Sunday) from 8 AM to 8 PM. May (Memorial Day weekend) through August: Open 7 days a week from 7 AM to 8 PM.

A park entrance fee is charged per day. Contact the park for specific fee information. Jet ski, boat launch and other facility fees are in addition to the park entrance fee.

Medina Lake Dam

Pipe Creek, Texas, located in Bandera County, Texas, was founded in 1873. Pipe Creek is part of the San Antonio Metropolitan Area. The Bandera Independent School District, consisting of both private and public schools, serves the Pipe Creek area students.

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