Established in 1951, the park land surrounding Lake Texoma is rich in history. Fort Washita, which inhabits the north shore of the lake, was a stopping place for many pioneers and frontiersman. Davy Crockett & Jim Bowie stayed at the fort en route to the Alamo. At one time, it served as a safe haven for President Zachary and Confederate Captain Robert E. Lee.
The 1,882 acre park is surrounded by beautiful Lake Texoma which offers 93,080 surface acres and 580 miles of shoreline. The lake offers some of the best fishing and is one of the top striped bass lakes in the country.
Park facilities include Lake Texoma Resort Park with 492 campsites available for RV & tent campers. There are 8 comfort stations with showers and 3 sanitary dump stations. There are also 9 group picnic areas. Most pavilions seat up to 50 people. The park has a wide range of recreational activities:
67 Cottages, 4 lake huts
Lake Texoma Lodge hosts 106 guest rooms.
Bay View Lodge hosts 20 rooms.
Texoma Riding Stables features trail rides, hay rides & cookouts.
2 of the state's finest and challenging golf courses.
6 unlighted boat ramps and numerous marinas.
Texoma Interpretive Trail - 2.4 mile roundtrip.
Two Rivers Nature Center provides information on plant & wildlife.
Texoma Land Fun Park has go-carts, bumper boats, batting cages, miniature golf & arcade.
The bandana is one of the most versatile pieces of equipment any backpacker, hiker or camper can carry. We just made it much more useful. Trail Hankie features hiking trails and other amenities. This bandana is also available at the gift shop at Lake Texoma State Park.
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