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Highlights Lake Texoma
- Stellar bass and striper fishing opportunities
- Wildlife spotting at Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge
- Eisenhower State Park
- Golfing at Tanglewood
- Vintage wine at Munson Memorial Winery
- Lake cruises on pirate ships
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Vacation Rentals in Lake Texoma
Lake Texoma is a huge reservoir, with hundreds of attractive properties along its coastline. Many come with direct access to the lake, as well as large yards, pools, and spaces for barbecues. Generally located on the southern coast of the lake, standalone properties run from compact two bedroom options to places with space for 12 or more people.Beautiful Vacation Rentals in various Resort Towns
The other option is to find a vacation rental in one of the towns around Lake Texoma, which include Denison, Gainesville, Durant, and Sherman. All of them have properties to explore. Expect to find ranch houses in their suburbs, as well as condos and even a few holiday villages here and there.
Holiday in Lake Texoma
Stretching over 89,000 acres, Lake Texoma straddles the border between Texas and Oklahoma. Formed from a dam on the Washita and Red rivers in the 1940s, it has now become one of America's finest recreational lakes, offering outstanding fishing and water sports opportunities.Understanding the Lake Texoma Region
Lake Texoma is around 100 miles north of Dallas and a couple of hundred miles south of Oklahoma City. The coastline is fringed by the Lake Texoma State Park, which includes camping and recreational areas, as well as facilities like Catfish Bay Marina.How to Get to Lake Texoma
If you are coming from afar, the best option is to fly into Dallas-Fort Worth, which is served by all major US airlines. Greyhounds run into Sherman-Denison, and I-35 runs past the lake, a few miles to the west.
Activities in Lake Texoma
Lake Texoma attracts huge crowds of fishing fans thanks to the huge population of catfish, stripers, and crappies. Boat hire companies and professional lake guides make it easy to arrange a few days on the water.An Excellent Place for Hikers
Lake Texoma is heaven for hikers, with miles of miles of attractive and not too demanding trails at locations like Cross Timbers Trail and the Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge.A Fine Beach and Water Sports Destination
The lakeshore is studded with exceptional beaches, particularly in Eisenhower State Park. Relax by the water in the Texas sunshine, head out with a rental boat, or splash around in the shallows.
President Dwight D. Eisenhower was born in a humble house in Denison, one of the major towns on the shore of Lake Texoma.
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There's no better place to try your hand at lake fishing. With affordable boat hire at 12 marinas all around the shore, you'll soon be landing monsters just like the experts.2. Hike or Camp at Eisenhower State Park
Located on the cliffs above the lake, this State Park is the Texomaland's most scenic spot. Miles and miles of trails and ATV routes fan out from the parking lot, and the yacht club is a great launching point to explore the water.3. Play Some Golf at Tanglewood
Probably the area's largest resort, Tanglewood is a great place to hire some clubs and rev up a golf kart, before taking on its Arnold Palmer-designed Championship course.4. Take an Evening Lake Cruise
There's no better way to absorb the beauty of Lake Texoma than by joining a sunset cruise from the Lighthouse Marina Dock in Pottsboro with FastTrac.5. Meet the Locals at Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge
Lake Texoma is a thriving site for wildlife such as pelicans, butterflies, turkeys, hawks, and numerous songbirds. The Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge is easily the best place to get to know them.
To get the most out of your fishing trip, it pays to time your vacation rental well. Generally, the striper season kicks off in April as the lake warms up, and the fishing is good until late June. After that, September and October see fish return in big numbers, so a fall vacation is always a good idea.Ideas for Summer Vacations
Even if the fish aren't biting in summer, Lake Texoma is still an amazing place to be. July and August see the water sports and kayaking scene take off, the Compass Rose pirate ship is available for sailing adventures, and there are food and drink magnets like Munson Memorial Winery.Some Key Events in the Lake Texoma Calendar
Lake Texoma has great events during the year. The most famous is the Regatta, which brings elite racing crews to Grandpappy Marina in April, but there are also spectacular 4th July fireworks, and music events like Biketober in October.
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The COVID-19 pandemic strongly impacted the travel industry in 2020. Last year, rentals in Lake Texoma had an annual average cost of around $331.72 per night.
If it is your aim to save as much as possible during your visit to Lake Texoma, travel in October ($279.82 per night on average), August ($301.81), or February ($324.57), to find the lowest prices for the whole year.
In 2020, the month that had the highest annual average in Lake Texoma was December, with an average price of $380.05 per night. This was followed by November, with an average of $362.33, and June, with $360.91.
When visiting Lake Texoma, we recommend you to plan ahead as 72% of rentals are usually booked, according to the data in 2020.
The best months to find available accommodation in Lake Texoma are January (the average amount of properties that are free reached 66.5% of the total in 2020), February (64.6%), and April (55.75%).
The month with the highest average booked rental figures is June (only 3.25% of properties were available on average in 2020). Followed by July (4.5%), and August (5.8%).
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