Eisenhower State Park – Lake Texoma

Denison, Texas 75020

Eisenhower State Park – Lake Texoma

Eisenhower State Park – Lake Texoma Professional Review and Guide

"It’s not very often that Texans and Oklahomans can agree to share anything, but the massive 89,000-acre Lake Texoma that forms a large section of the border between the two states has enough play space for all visitors.

The lake was formed in 1944 when the muddy Red River was impounded by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Over the years, the lake has grown so large and deep that except during the wettest season, the lake water is clear and perfect for all forms of boating, from large sailboats and motor yachts to canoes and kayaks."

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Oct 2018