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Caddo Lake State Park Professional Review and Guide
"Named after the caddo indians, this natural wonderland has been inhabited for at least 12,000 years and continues as one of the premier wetland parks in the world. In 1993, this largest natural lake in Texas was designated a “Wetland of International Importance” under the Ramsar Convention. Originally formed by a natural logjam, this maze of slow-moving bayous and backwaters covers more than 25,000 acres and provides an ideal setting for tent camping and low-speed water sports."
--Wendel Withrow, The Best in Tent Camping: Texas (Menasha Ridge Press).
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