The Lavaca-Navidad River Authority was established to develop, conserve and protect the water resources of the Lavaca Basin.

The Palmetto Bend Project, commonly referred to as Lake Texana, was authorized by Congress to provide a reliable water supply for municipal, industrial and environmental interests and to develop and enhance fish and wildlife resources and to enhance and provide public recreation opportunities.  LNRA manages these various competing interests through operational and management decisions designed to protect the integrity of Lavaca Basin, Lake Texana and the Lands comprising the Palmetto Bend Project.

The mission of the Lavaca-Navidad River Authority is to manage, conserve, and protect the natural resources of the Lavaca Basin in a responsible manner that provides opportunities for growth and benefits the public.

Brackenridge Recreation Complex Highlights

Looking for a place to "escape" to where you can mingle with nature and revel in its beauty? Then Brackenridge Recreation Complex is the place you’ve been looking for.  Located on beautiful Lake Texana and owned and operated by Lavaca-Navidad River Authority, Brackenridge offers year-round beauty and fun for the entire family!  Visit the Brackenridge Recreation Complex for more information.

Brakenridge Recreation Park

Upcoming Events

The Lavaca-Navidad River Authority Board of Directors will have a meeting beginning at 7:30 a.m. on the following dates in the Board Meeting Room of the Lavaca Navidad River Authority Office Complex, 4631 FM 3131, located approximately seven (7) miles east of Edna, Jackson County, Texas off FM 3131:

February 17, 2016 

March 16, 2016 

Lake Texana & Weather Information

2/11/2016 12:46:02 PM
Current Temp: 73.9
Wind Speed: 15.4
Wind Heading: 170
Humidity: 38.4
Barometric Pressure: 1018.25

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Lake Level: 43.5
Current Release(cfs): 0
Today's Rainfall: 0.00


Clean Rivers Program

The goal of the Texas Clean Rivers Program (CRP) is to maintain and improve the quality of water resources within each river basin in Texas.

New State Law concerning Zebra Mussels effective July 1, 2014