The Lone Star State offers an abundant amount of premier lakefront real estate.
No matter if you're looking in the Pinewoods Region of east Texas or the Prairie and Lakes Region of north central Texas, you are sure to find your perfect place.
The vast majority of Texas lakes were created and are operated today by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
The Army Corps of Engineers is a federal agency, under the U.S. Department of Defense, that works to provide flood control, infrastructure support and environmental restoration and stewardship.
Whether you are looking for a secluded fishing cabin or a modern lake home minutes from the heart of big Texas metroplexes.
Whether you're in Dallas, San Antonio, Austin or Houston, Texas has a lake that meets everyone's desires.
Texas' nearly 300 lakes range dramatically in personality.
Some lakes have little to no commercial development along the peaceful shoreline whereas other lakes are known for their numerous "party coves," lakeside restaurants and lively nightlife.
And with over 4,959 square miles of fresh water to enjoy for activities like boating, swimming, camping, and fishing, there is ample space for everyone!
Throughout Texas, there are hundreds of fishing spots to choose from that fit any anglers level of expertise.
Lake Sam Rayburn in deep East Texas hosts over 300 fishing tournaments a year, including the prestigious Bass Masters, Anglers Quest and the Big Bass Splash.
Or, if you're just starting out, try your luck on the beautiful Lake Texoma and you might just reel in a record-breaking blue catfish.
If you are looking for prime waterfront or water access real estate, Texas is an excellent choice for lakeside living.
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