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About Lake Texoma
Lake Texoma, located right in between Texas and Oklahoma, is a conglomeration of several communities surrounding a beautiful lake located only an hour from the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Right on the Red River, this idyllic escape offers both locals and visitors from farther away a chance to relax and get away from big-city life. Particularly popular with amateur and professional fishermen, Lake Texoma is a great place to sit down to a plate of fresh seafood and have some good times with your travel companions.
Things to Do in Lake Texoma
The area of Lake Texoma as a whole is actually made up of several smaller communities—in Texas, these towns include Denison, Sherman and Gainesville. In Oklahoma, the largest nearby city is Durant, but other smaller cities include Cartwright, Colbert, and Calera. All of these small towns offer that coveted southern hospitality, and any of these options would be a great choice for a home base to explore the expansive region. One of Lake Texoma’s major draws is its opportunities for fishing. The area is home to a variety of fish species, including catfish and bass. Nature lovers will be in heaven in Lake Texoma—the two state parks located in the area provide hours upon hours of hiking and exploring fun. There are also a variety of highly-rated golf courses—some of the most popular include Rock Creek and Tanglewood. Particularly in the warm summer months, don’t forget about water sports—wind surfing, sailing, and the like are popular choices with many of the six million visitors that visit Lake Texoma every year. If you’re visiting in the spring, make sure to check out the Lakefest Regatta, the first inland charity sailing event in the US (proceeds benefit Make-A-Wish!).
Day Trips from Lake Texoma
If you’re visiting Lake Texoma from a nearby smaller town, a fun day trip opportunity could be to combine the relaxation of Lake Texoma with the hustle and bustle of Dallas—a mere hour’s drive away. Make sure to stop by the Dallas Zoo and the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, particularly if you have little ones! The Galleria Dallas mall also shouldn’t be missed by any shopaholics visiting the city. h3>Lake Texoma Accommodations Accommodations in Ligonier can be found to match the needs of even the pickiest traveler. There are tons of options for both quiet and secluded relaxation nearer to the Lake, and options a bit farther away in the heart of charming small-town America. We make it easy to find the perfect place to stay—we offer Lake Texoma vacation rentals and Lake Texoma short term rentals throughout the town. You can compare rentals in the area by price, ratings, reviews, and more on Tripping. Book your Lake Texoma rental today!
Transportation in Lake Texoma
Many visitors find it easiest to drive to the area. Lake Texoma lies East of Interstate 35 in Oklahoma, and this route provides a straight route from the Dallas area and from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.