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About Caddo Lake
Caddo Lake is both a lake and a bayou on the border of Texas and Louisiana. Named for the Caddoans, a Southwestern Native American tribe that occupied the area until the 19th century. At over 20,000 acres, it is the largest lake in the American South. The flooded cypress landscape makes it a perfect for fishing and wildlife viewing. The rich history of the area, combined with an abundance of natural beauty, makes Caddo Lake the perfect place to vacation.
Things to do in Caddo Lake
In the city of Uncertain on the Texas side of the lake, there are several fun activities for families. Captain Ron’s Gator Park, Petting Zoo, and Botanical Gardens are a great way to explore the lake. Take a guided swamp tour on a pontoon boat to see alligators as well as local flora and fauna. Caddo Lake is classified as a National Wildlife Refuge, meaning that fish, wildlife, and plants are in abundance here. The wetlands are designated as having “international significance,” one of only 37 in the United States. On the Louisiana side, make sure to visit Earl G. Williams Park in Oil City. Its lakeside location is perfect for beachgoers and anglers, and there’s a playground on site for the kids. Additionally, nearby Soda Lake State Wildlife Management Area is a top destination for hunting, fishing, and wildlife viewing.
Day Trips from Caddo Lake
Shreveport, Louisiana is approximately 25 miles southeast of Caddo Lake. Several museums, such as the R.W. Norton Art Gallery and Louisiana State Exhibit Museum, display art and history of the area. There are also several beautiful outdoors areas, like Walter B Jacobs Memorial Nature Park and the Gardens of the American Rose Center. Sabine National Forest is two hours south of Oil City and is known for hiking and camping. Finally, the historic town of Jefferson is on the Texas side of the lake, only 40 minutes from Oil City. This quaint city has a great selection of antique stores, charming riverboat restaurants, and historic homes and museums.
Accommodation in Caddo Lake
There are over 300 vacation rentals near Caddo Lake on Tripping.com. Stay in a cozy lakeside cabin or a stately Southern estate. By using the interactive map feature, you can browse thousands of photos to find the perfect vacation home in the right location. Use the filter tool to narrow down your options. Many properties are pet-friendly, so find the right vacation home and bring the whole family down to Caddo Lake for a relaxing lakeside vacation.
Transportation in Caddo Lake
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is closest to Caddo Lake and is 3 hours away. The best way to see all that Caddo Lake has to offer is by car. Rentals are available at the airport, and the lake can be reached from Interstate 49 in Louisiana or Texas State Highway 43. In the summer, try biking around the lake or exploring by boat!
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