Lake Pat Cleburne is the municipal water reservoir for the city of Cleburne, Texas, as well as a recreational lake for residents. It is formed by damming the Nolan River which continues below the lake's dam. The water is murky due to sediment.
About Lake Pat Cleburne
Lake Pat Cleburne is owned and operated by the City of Cleburne. It was built as the city's water supply and was impounded in 1961. Originally named the Cleburne Reservoir it was later renamed for the Confederate general Patrick Cleburne. Johnson County's first county seat of Wardville was at the present location of the lake Wikipedia