Widely recognized as a top fishing lake and one of the most popular recreation destinations in the southwest. Whether you like to sail, water ski, wind surf, fish or relax on one of its sandy beaches, everyone has fun in the sun.
Lake Texoma offers just as much excitement on land as the water. The area features hundreds of campgrounds, two state parks managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, golf courses, and the 17-mile Cross Timbers hike and bike trail.
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If you don’t currently own a boat, you can rent or purchase one from the marina. Expert fishing guides are available to lead you and your family and friends to the best fishing spots.
Priority boat slip access is given to Texoma Bluffs residents. Visit the marina’s website for more information.
Between Juniper Point and Cedar Bayou the trail climbs high above the lake on the rocky ledges of the shoreline offering spectacular vistas. From Cedar Bayou to Paw Paw Creek resort the trail meanders through rugged oak woodlands.
The trail is well marked with mile posts and offers camping and picnic facilities along the way.