Lake McQueeney is near Seguin, Texas just off Interstate Highway 10 on Texas State Highway 46 or Farm to Market Road 725 as well as New Braunfels off Interstate Highway 35 on Texas State Highway 46 or Farm to Market Road 725.
Lake McQueeney is formed by a hydroelectric dam built in 1925 on the Guadalupe River. Much of the lake averages 10 feet in depth expect for in the main river channel which is deeper and several areas which run 4 feet or less. The water runs warm in the summer time making water skiing, wakeboarding, tubing, fishing or swimming a enjoyable experience. In the middle of winter you can still catch folks water skiing or wakeboarding without wetsuits.
Lake McQueeney is stocked with many species of fish such as catfish, white crappie, sunfish, spotted bass, and largemouth bass. This makes the lake ideal for recreational fishing.
There no longer are fishing camps, public parks or free boat ramps on the shores of Lake McQueeney, which keeps boating traffic volumes manageable and boating safe. Las Brisas and Treasure Island have private boat ramps for use by residents and their guests.
Lake McQueeney’s famous Lake Breeze Ski Lodge, a charming members-only club set on several beautiful treed acres is a wonderful gathering spot during summers. Members who live in the area can always enjoy a leisurely cruise in their boat over to the day use docks at the club to meet friends for brunch, afternoon drinks or dinner at the outdoor cafe.
Lake McQueeney has long been known as the Water Ski Capital of Texas. The "Ski Bees" ski club hosts ski shows at the Lake Breeze Ski Lodge Thursday evenings all summer.