|Lake type||Fresh water lake|
|Catchment area||3,265 km2 (1,261 sq mi)|
|Max. length||31.7 km (20 mi)|
|Max. width||12.3 km (8 mi)|
|Surface area||304.3 km2 (100 sq mi)|
|Average depth||4.16 m (14 ft)|
|Max. depth||6.2 m (20 ft)|
|Water volume||1,265×106 m3 (44.7×109 cu ft)|
|Surface elevation||20 m (66 ft)|
Liangzi Lake（Chinese: 梁子湖; pinyin: Lángzǐ Hú）is a freshwater lake in China, it is located in the southeastern part of Hubei Province (rural area south of Wuhan), situated in the south bank of the middle reaches of Yangtze River. The lake is 304.3 km 2, with a drainage area of 3265 km 2, an elevation of 20 m, length 31.7 km and mean width 9.6 km (max 12.3 m). The shoreline of lake is sinuous.
The lake is rich in fish and it is the origin of Wuchang Bream.