|Location||Hood County, Texas,
|Primary inflows||Brazos River|
|Primary outflows||Brazos River|
|Basin countries||United States|
|Surface area||8,310 acres (3,360 ha)|
|Max. depth||75 ft (23 m)|
|Water volume||153,500 acre·ft (0.1893 km3)|
|Shore length1||103 miles (221 km)|
|Surface elevation||693 ft (182 m) msl|
|1 Shore length is not a well-defined measure.|
Lake Granbury is contained by the De Cordova Bend Dam and is a long, narrow lake, encompassed by 103 miles (221 km) of shoreline.
The lake is controlled by the Brazos River Authority in Granbury.
The proposed construction of the De Cordova Bend Dam in the mid-1950s became the impetus for John Graves' book, Goodbye to a River.
- Largemouth bass
- Striped bass
- White bass
- Channel catfish
- Flathead catfish
- White crappie
- Longnose Gar
The lake is annually stocked with bass and in past years with catfish.
- Thorp Spring
- Hunter Park
- City Park
- Rough Creek
- De Cordova Bend