Eagle Mountain Lake is a freshwaterlake in North Texas. The lake was created by damming the West Fork of the Trinity River and sits below Lake Bridgeport and above Lake Worth (Texas). The lake dam was finished on October 24, 1932. In 1965, the District voters (Tarrant Regional Water District) approved a bond issue to allow the District to install improved controlled spillways. It is a relatively popular attraction. Eagle Mountain Lake is used for boating and fishing and also water sports such as wake boarding, water skiing, and kayaking. Eagle Mountain Marina is a service facility featuring wet slips, dry slips, trailer storage, a stocked ship store, gas dock, and 24-hour security. The Eagle Mountain Marina also includes boat rentals. Eagle Mountain Lake also has picnic areas, walking trails, camp grounds, and restaurants.