Richland Chambers Lake is under the authority of Tarrant Regional Water District. TRWD supplies water for Tarrant County including the city of Fort Worth. The lake fluctuates with the natural cycle of dry and rainy seasons in North Texas, with an average fluctuation of + /- 3 feet. The Lake is fed from the west by Navarro Mills Reservior coming down Richland Creek and from the North by Bardwell Reservior coming down Chambers Creek. The watershed also includes numerous smaller creeks spanning across 6 counties.
|Current lake level||Click below|
|US Lakes online||Lake level|
|Corp of Engineers Fort Worth District||FW District Water Management Information|
|Corsicana Radar(Local weather&info)||CORAD.org|
|Tarrant Regional Water District||TRWD.com|
Richland Chambers Lake Spillway
447 feet across, 24 gates
Richland Chambers Lake Watershed
Richland Chambers Lake is a rainfall fed lake. The watershed is very prolific and the lake has the ability to fill quickly when rain totals in the watershed are significant.
Richland Chambers Lake Historic Lake Levels
This chart represent 11,203 Daily Lake Levels from January 1, 1990 to February 20, 2020. 315' is Full Pool. The box represents a 3' fluctuation.