Current Project Stone Tables Restoration and Restroom

An important part of Dallas history, the Stone Tables Pavilion and Picnic Area were first built in the 1930s to provide a gathering place for families within the Park. Since 2012 the Conservancy has been working to restore the pavilion and stone tables to their original condition. It’s not too late to get involved!
It's Your Lake. Run For It! Sign up now to run the 5k or 10k courses which are along the shores of White Rock Lake and enjoy the post run party with local food and drinks. Registration includes a chipped bib, event shirt, hat, reusable tote and entry to the party with great views of the sunset over White Rock Lake.

Celebration! White Rock is the largest fundraiser of the year for White Rock Lake Conservancy and the 2020 event was cancelled so we need this to be the best and biggest Celebration ever! All proceeds from Celebration White Rock go directly to our mission to support implementation of the park’s master plan through major fundraising initiatives. The past Celebration! White Rock events have helped fund the phases of the Stone Tables restoration project and signage all around the lake.

White Rock Lake Conservancy Shirt

Support White Rock Lake Conservancy while looking good and letting others know you love White Rock Lake. Conservancy shirts available now and more swag to come soon!

Pave the Way

Our Pave the Way campaign provides an opportunity for individuals, families, corporations and organizations to support the lake while creating a lasting legacy on pavers that will permanently fill the plaza at the spillway.
Recent News:

White Rock Lake recieved $5,000 in National Contest

The national landmarks contest put on by American Association of Endodontists for "landmarks worth saving" was cut short due to COVID-19. the AAE gave $5,000 towards preservation to all four landmarks they chose to be a part of the contest, White Rock Lake included! Thank you, AAE!
Recent News:

WRLC Supports Dallas Police

In partnership with a local couple with a special connection to the lake, The Conservancy was proud to donate eight bicycles and riding gear to the Dallas Police Bicycle Unit.