• River: Red River
• Surface Area: 1,226 Acres
• Volume: 9,210 Acre Feet
• Drainage Area: 52 Square Miles
• Maximum Depth: 24 feet
Lake Crook is located 5 miles north of Paris City in Lamar County, Texas on Pine Creek, a tributary of the Red River. Work began in 1922 constructing Crook Dam and Lake Crook.
RESERVOIR CONTROLLING AUTHORITY
City of Paris
The lake acts as a supplemental source to the main supply from Pat Mayse Reservoir, a larger reservoir approximately six miles to the north. According TWDB 2003 volumetric survey, the lake has a capacity of 9,210 acre-feet, encompassing a surface area of 1,060 acres, at its conservation pool elevation, 476 feet above mean sea level. The dam controls a drainage area of approximately 52 square miles.