Inks Lake is one of the seven Texas Highland Lakes and was formed in 1938 by the construction of Inks Dam. Located near Burnet, Texas the serves to provide flood control in tandem with Lake Buchanan and features the smallest hydroelectric power plant on the Highland Lake chain.

Inks Lake was named for Roy B. Inks one of the original board members of the Lower Colorado River Authority, and serves as a venue for outdoor recreation, including fishing, boating, swimming, camping and picnicing.

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