For the first time in years Lake Arrowhead is full and local residents are excited to spent the nation's birthday out on the lake.
Following the flooding, Lake Arrowhead State Park is open and ready for business, just in time for Independence Day.
Park officials at Lake Arrowhead State Park say they still plan on being open and fully operational by July 4th as well.
Lake Arrowhead State Park officials say rain chances over the next few days could delay the park reopening even further.
Lake Kickapoo and Lake Arrowhead have both been over 100 percent capacity for 16 days now, though Kickapoo has been going over the spillway a few more days than Arrowhead.
High waters is causing the Lake Arrowhead state park to be closed for the third day in a row.
Drone footage of Lake Arrowhead and Lucy Park from KFDX viewer, Terry Brown.
These are the current lake levels as of early Sunday evening.
They may not be quite ready for the catching yet but more than one-hundred and sixteen-thousand large mouth bass now call Lake Arrowhead home.
New lake levels are in, and area lakes are once again getting more water in them after weekend rains
Those rising waters had spirits high around Texoma on Friday, especially those who live near the lakes.
The numbers surrounding an anti-evaporation powder used on Lake Arrowhead are in.
It's been just over a week since Wichita Falls saw record rainfall for November, but lakes haven't improved by much.
It's duck hunting season and park officials at Lake Arrowhead want to make sure hunters are prepared.
The differences between time lapsed, satellite images of the Lake Arrowhead between 2010 and now not only has Wichita Falls city officials concerned but also those who live on Lake Arrowhead.
City officials are almost done testing a new water conservation method.
Wednesday will mark one month since Wichita Falls started testing a new water conservation method at Lake Arrowhead
Despite the drought, people enjoyed the hitting water at Lake Arrowhead on Labor Day.
We've all really enjoyed the last couple days of rain, but unfortunately, once again, it wasn't enough to give that big boost that our area lakes really need.
As area lakes continue to shrink, Wichita Falls city officials are doing all they can to lessen the long term impacts of the relentless drought that has plagued Texoma since the end of 2010