Modern Lake Texoma Cabin Rentals

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Texoma Lake House Rentals operates 2 modern lake house cabins both with nearby boat launches and close proximity to the main attractions of the Texas side of Lake Texoma!

Close to it all: Highport Marina, Tanglewood Resort, Choctaw Casino, Striper Bass Fishing Tours, Eisenhower State Park, Hagerman Wildlife Refuge and Downtown Denison.
Just an hour north of Dallas, just off 75 in Pottsboro,TX and are both available as Lake Texoma cabin rentals on both AirBNB and VRBO!

2 Houses to Choose From:

2-Story in the middle of a beautiful hilly & wooded neighborhood.

3 Bedrooms – 2.5 Bath – 1800 Sq Ft. – 1 King, 2 Queens, Queen Sofa Bed – Sleeps 8 Max

Heron House - Lake Texoma Rental
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Single Story on a beautiful tree lined street.

3 Bedrooms – 2 Baths – 1300 Sq Ft. – 1 King, 2 Queens, 1 Twin,
1 Queen Sofa Bed – Sleeps 9 Max

Retro Elm - Lake Texoma Rental
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As avid travelers, we understand the appeal of renting a cabin on Lake Texoma. There’s something special about staying in a cozy cabin surrounded by nature, away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and so close to DFW!

If you’re planning a Lake Texoma cabin rental getaway, here are some tips to help you make the most of your trip:

  1. Pack for the weather: Lake Texoma can be quite warm in the summer months, so be sure to pack light, breathable clothing. In the winter, temperatures can drop below freezing, so pack plenty of warm layers.
  2. Bring your own food: Most cabins come equipped with a kitchen or kitchenette, so consider bringing your own groceries to save money on dining out. Don’t forget to pack snacks and drinks for your adventures, too! There are several grocery store options on your way up or nearby.
  3. Plan outdoor activities: Lake Texoma offers plenty of outdoor activities, such as hiking, fishing, and boating. Be sure to plan ahead and bring any necessary gear, such as hiking boots, fishing poles, or life jackets.
  4. Enjoy the scenery: One of the best things about renting a cabin on Lake Texoma is the beautiful scenery. Take some time to relax and enjoy the view from your cabin’s porch or take a scenic drive around the lake.
  5. Disconnect from technology: While it’s tempting to stay connected during your vacation, try to disconnect from technology as much as possible. Use this time to unwind, read a book, or simply enjoy the peace and quiet of nature.

We hope these tips help you plan the perfect cabin rental getaway on Lake Texoma. Happy travels!

Call or text Venetia : 773.551.8363
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Fun Lake Texoma Facts:

  • Lake Texoma is located on the border of Texas and Oklahoma and covers 89,000 acres of land.
  • The lake was formed in 1944 when the Denison Dam was built on the Red River.
  • Lake Texoma is the 12th largest lake in the United States and the second largest lake in Texas.
  • The lake is a popular destination for fishing, with a variety of fish species including bass, catfish, and crappie.
  • Lake Texoma is also known for its sandy beaches, clear waters, and abundant wildlife.
  • The lake is situated just 75 miles north of Dallas, making it a convenient getaway for city dwellers looking to escape to nature.
  • The lake’s shoreline stretches for over 580 miles, providing ample opportunities for boating, kayaking, and paddleboarding.
  • The Denison Dam, which created the lake, was named after former President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Secretary of War, Henry L. Stimson.
  • Lake Texoma is fed by four major tributaries: the Washita River, Little Washita River, Red River, and Big Mineral Creek.
  • The lake is managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and provides flood control, water storage, and hydroelectric power to the region.
  • Lake Texoma is also home to several marinas, resorts, and campgrounds, making it a popular destination for recreational boating and camping.
  • The lake’s water levels can fluctuate dramatically due to weather conditions and water releases from the Denison Dam.
  • Lake Texoma is a popular spot for birdwatching, with over 300 bird species spotted in the area including bald eagles, red-tailed hawks, and great blue herons.
  • The lake is also home to several species of reptiles, including alligator snapping turtles and western diamondback rattlesnakes.
  • In addition to fishing and boating, visitors to Lake Texoma can enjoy hiking, biking, and horseback riding on the numerous trails in the area.
  • The Lake Texoma Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the lake’s natural resources and promoting tourism in the region.
  • The lake has been featured in several movies and TV shows, including the 2013 film “August: Osage County” starring Meryl Streep and Julia Roberts.
  • Lake Texoma has a maximum depth of 100 feet, with an average depth of 53 feet.
  • The lake’s water is used for irrigation, municipal water supply, and recreational activities.
  • In 2015, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department stocked Lake Texoma with over 400,000 striped bass to improve the lake’s fishing opportunities.
  • Lake Texoma is a popular spot for water sports, with activities like wakeboarding, waterskiing, and tubing available on the lake.
  • The lake’s dam is 5,100 feet long and 231 feet tall, making it one of the largest dams in the United States.
  • The Denison Dam and Lake Texoma were built as part of the Red River Flood Control Act of 1938, which aimed to prevent catastrophic flooding in the region.
  • The lake’s water is used to generate electricity at the Denison Dam Powerhouse, which has a capacity of 28,000 kilowatts.
  • Lake Texoma is a popular destination for hunting, with opportunities to hunt deer, wild turkey, and waterfowl in the area.
  • The lake is home to several species of fish that are not found in other Texas lakes, including paddlefish and blue catfish.
  • The Lake Texoma State Park on the Oklahoma side of the lake offers over 1,000 acres of recreational opportunities, including swimming, camping, and hiking.
  • Lake Texoma has a rich history, with evidence of human habitation in the area dating back thousands of years. The lake was once home to the Wichita and Caddo tribes, and later served as a major transportation route for early settlers and traders.
  • During World War II, Lake Texoma was used as a training site for American troops. The lake’s isolated location and rugged terrain provided an ideal training ground for soldiers preparing for combat.
  • The lake’s water is used to irrigate over 200,000 acres of farmland in the surrounding area, including fields of cotton, soybeans, and wheat.
  • In the late 1800s, the area surrounding Lake Texoma was home to several boom towns, including Preston, which boasted a population of over 1,000 at its peak. Today, little remains of these towns except for a few historic markers and buildings.
  • Lake Texoma is known for its stunning sunsets, which are often accompanied by a display of vibrant colors over the water.
  • The lake’s shoreline is home to several impressive rock formations, including Eisenhower Rock and Cross Timbers Rock.
  • The Cross Timbers Trail, which runs along the Texas side of Lake Texoma, is a popular hiking and biking route that stretches for over 14 miles.
  • The Lake Texoma area is home to several historic sites, including the Fort Washita Historic Site, which served as a military fort during the 1800s.
  • Lake Texoma is home to several species of fish that are considered to be trophy-sized, including largemouth bass, striped bass, and blue catfish.
  • The lake’s clear waters provide an ideal habitat for several species of freshwater mussels, including the Texas hornshell and the Ouachita rock pocketbook.
  • Lake Texoma is a popular destination for birdwatching, with several species of waterfowl, shorebirds, and songbirds spotted in the area.
  • The Lake Texoma area is home to several wineries and vineyards, including the Homestead Winery and the Blue Ostrich Winery, which offer tastings and tours to visitors.
  • The lake’s water is used for recreational activities like swimming and boating, but it also serves an important function in the region’s ecosystem by providing habitat for fish and other aquatic species.
  • Lake Texoma is located in a region known as the “Texoma Peanut Belt,” which is one of the largest peanut-growing regions in the United States.
  • The Lake Texoma area is home to several historic bridges, including the Roosevelt Bridge, which was built in 1911 and is one of the oldest bridges in the region.
  • The lake’s water is monitored regularly to ensure that it meets federal and state water quality standards, making it safe for swimming, fishing, and other recreational activities.
  • The Lake Texoma area is home to several annual festivals and events, including the Lake Texoma Fireworks Show and the Texoma Shoreline Cleanup.
  • The lake’s water is used to supply several cities in the region, including Denison, Texas, and Durant, Oklahoma.
  • Lake Texoma is a popular destination for camping, with several campgrounds located on both the Texas and Oklahoma sides of the lake.
  • The Lake Texoma area is home to several historic sites related to the Civil War, including the Colbert’s Ferry crossing and the Battle of Middle Boggy Depot.
  • The lake’s water is used to support several species of aquatic plants, including water hyacinth and water lettuce, which provide important habitat for fish and other wildlife.

Overall, Lake Texoma is a unique and beautiful destination that offers something for everyone, from fishing and boating to hiking and camping. With its rich history, diverse wildlife, and stunning natural beauty, it’s no wonder that so many visitors flock to this beloved lake each year! Book one of our cabin rentals at Lake Texoma today!

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