Lake Palestine Trails




Lake Palestine sits in the Piney Woods of East Texas surrounded by Anderson, Cherokee, Henderson, and Smith Counties. Lake Palestine covers 25,560 acres, has 135 miles of shoreline, and a maximum depth of 50 feet with an average depth of 16 feet.

The Lake Palestine region is out in the country between Athens, Texas, on its northwest, and Tyler, Texas, on its northeast, and lies in a rural setting with little commerce. There are a few places to eat, a few campgrounds, and lodging. Fishing and watersports are popular at Lake Palestine. 

Lake Palestine Hiking Trails

There are no hiking trails at Lake Palestine. A heavily forested terrain surrounds Lake Palestine. The Upper Neches River Municipal Water Authority owns and operates Lake Palestine, and it has not forged or let another entity forge hiking trails as of now. If you can cut through the forests surrounding Lake Palestine on foot, that is about all this lake offers for hiking activities.




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Lake Palestine Weather Forecast

Wednesday

Mostly Cloudy

Hi: 92

Wednesday Night

Partly Cloudy

Lo: 71

Thursday

Mostly Sunny

Hi: 94

Thursday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 72

Friday

Partly Sunny

Hi: 94

Friday Night

Chance Thunderstorms

Lo: 74

Saturday

Chance Thunderstorms

Hi: 87

Saturday Night

Chance Thunderstorms

Lo: 61


Lake Palestine Water Level (last 30 days)


Water Level on 5/19: 345.12 (+0.12)



Lake Palestine

Fishing Report from TPWD (May 18)

GOOD. Water lightly stained; 83 degrees; 0.18 feet high. Bass are good using deep diving crankbaits and Carolina rigs in creek channels in 16 feet of water. The shallow bite is in 2-4 feet of water using quarter ounce big eyed spinnerbaits and wacky worms. Crappie are good in 14-16 feet of water using chartreuse jigs. White bass are good off points, under bridges and the 155 road beds using crankbaits and jigging spoons. Catfish are good with many smaller sized catches on baited holes in the river.

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