|Facilities: Lake Abilene has vault and flushable toilets, plenty of fresh drinking water, garbage, and even showers in the nearby campground.|
Best Time To Visit: Lake Abilene is open year round but the best time to visit would be between the early spring and the late summer.
Fees: Lake Abilene itself does not charge a fee but other places or activities in the area might.
Accessibility: Lake Abilene is not handicapped accessible and is not near any accessible sites.
Rules: While at Lake Abilene all pets must be on a leash and remember to clean up after yourself. Also be sure to have all proper boating and fishing license before partaking in such activities.
Directions: To get to Lake Abilene from Abilene, take US-83 south/US-84 east. Keep left at the fork to continue toward US-83 south/US-84 east and merge onto US-83 south/US-84 east. Turn right at Bell Plains Road/Country Road 359. Turn left at Buffalo Gap Road/Farm to Market Road 89. Continue to follow Farm to Market Road 89. Turn left at Farm to Market Road 89/Ranch Road 89/West Street. Turn right at Farm to Market Road 89/Vine Street. Continue to follow Farm to Market Road 89. Turn right to stay on Farm to Market Road 89. Turn right at Abilene Dam Road. Take the 1st left to stay on Abilene Dam Road. Take the 1st right to stay on Abilene Dam Road.
Map: Click here for a map to Lake Abilene
Reservations: Lake Abilene does not require or accept reservations but some other places or activities in the area might.