Lubbock Lake National Historic Landmark
is located at 2401 Landmark Drive in Lubbock, Texas.
Just minutes from the main campus of Texas Tech University, the 335-acre preserve is just north of North Loop 289 and Clovis Highway (US 84). We are directly west of the Berl Huffman Athletic Complex. Public parking is free.
From the south on US 84 follow Avenue Q (US 84) to the Clovis Hwy (US 84), to north edge of city. Watch for signs on the right.
From Interstate 27 take the North Loop 289 (travel west), watch for signs on right.
From the northwest on Clovis Hwy (US 84), watch for signs on left as you enter the city limits.
From the southwest on US 62 (Brownfield Hwy), take North Loop 289 to Clovis Hwy exit. Watch for signs.
Lubbock is located on the Southern High Plains of Texas, 300 miles west
of Dallas/Fort Worth, and 320 miles southeast of Albuquerque, New
Mexico. Access is available from any direction, following many highways, and through the Lubbock's Preston Smith International Airport.
Lubbock, Texas, has a metro population of over 250,000
and a market population of 1,000,000. It is the entertainment destination
and convention location for West Texas and eastern New Mexico.
Lubbock is the home to Texas Tech University with
an enrollment of 34,000, Lubbock Christian University, and branch
campuses of South Plains College and Wayland Baptist University.
It is a major oil and gas center, has an impressive
wholesale and retail trade and is the center of West Texas' thriving