Spring fed lake that now has aerators installed that are constantly turning over the water which has eliminated the thermocline. Last Sunday (6/7/2020) I was there and went to 51 feet and the temperature registered at 81 degrees. I didn't have to wear a wetsuit at all. There are multiple objects submerged and some are marked with red buoys and some are surprises. There is a Cessna single engine airplane at 20 feet with no doors and no interior that is a cool swim-through. They have two sailboats submerged as well as a cabin cruiser. Also there is a huge metal shark. All the objects are sitting at 20 feet roughly, so they are not difficult to get to for divers of all levels. They have a 'silo' that is sunk into the bottom and you can go inside that and reach 60 feet. The water is pretty clear as far as visibility goes because it is spring fed and also apparently the aerators are helping to clear it even more. They have RV hookups and camping areas as well as some cabins to stay in. We usually try and spend the weekend there when we go. Several dive shops from the DFW area as well as others like Tyler have pavilions next to the lake entry areas where they do the open water checkout for their SCUBA classes. They each also have platforms at 20 feet. They have rentals of equipment as well as tank filling on-site. There are also bathrooms with showers. It is a nice place and they are constantly doing things to improve further.