Lake Kiowa

Texas

19Listings
$95K-$1B
$15.2MTotal Value
Lake Kiowa, Texas

The Lake Kiowa real estate market is an active marketplace for lake property in Texas.

The average list price for Lake Kiowa homes for sale is $463,000. Normally there are about 30 lake homes for sale at Lake Kiowa, and 20 listings for lots and land.

Lake Kiowa is one of the many smaller Texas lakes, and has 2 miles of shoreline. Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, the closest major airport, is only 66 miles away.

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  • 2Mi. of Shoreline
  • 15Avg. Depth
  • 35Deepest Depth
Campgrounds
(903) 523-4287
2889 Big Mineral Rd
Sadler, TX 76264
(214) 641-2132
11667 US-82
Whitesboro, TX 76273
(940) 458-5979
13037 I-35
Sanger, TX 76266
  • Counties: Cooke County
  • Fish: Black Crappie, Largemouth Bass, White Crappie
  • Condos available (No)
  • Notable events: Weekly/monthly community events
  • Interesting facts: Professional golf course, with resident PGA professional
  • Known for: Named after the Kiowa Indians
Hospitals
(940) 759-2271
1900 Hospital Blvd
Gainesville, TX 76240
Airports
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
International Pkwy, DFW Airport, TX 75261
66 miles away
Gainesville Municipal Airport
2300 Airport Dr, Gainesville, TX 76240
19 miles away
About Lake Kiowa
Cooke County, Texas

Lake Kiowa is a 509-acre lake located in a gated community of the same name. The area is under 80 miles from the Dallas-Fort Worth area, and close to the Texas-Oklahoma border.

The Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is under 70 miles away, and the North Texas Medical Center is under 15 miles away.

On and Around the Water

Residents living in the Lake Kiowa community have the 563-acre lake to themselves!

It's popular among residents for boating, skiing, tubing, swimming, fishing, and relaxing. Anglers can hook black bass, sand bass, crappie, catfish, bream, and more on the water.

The community includes a private 18-hole golf course at the country club, a 9-hole disc golf course, two beach areas, a volleyball court, a tennis court, picnic areas, a large pavilion at the community clubhouse, and a restaurant/bar.

The Dallas-Fort Worth Area

Want a taste of the city? Take a day trip to the Dallas-Forth Worth area!

Six Flag over Texas, the original Six Flags theme park, is located here. The park has the world’s first log flume, the first freefall ride, and the tallest and fastest roller coaster in Texas.

A reasonable distance from Dallas, residents can also travel a short distance to AT&T Stadium to watch the Dallas Cowboys or Globe Light Field see the Texas Rangers.

Perot Museum of Nature and Science offers interactive exhibits, as well as hands-on experiments and activities geared for younger members of your family.

Other museums geared for all family members include the Museum of Illusions, the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, and the Dallas Aquarium, as well as the immersive Sweet Tooth Hotel experience.

The vintage McKinney Avenue Trolley streetcars offer a ride on a piece of history and an interactive way to understand the history of downtown Dallas.

The Dallas Farmer’s Market is a great location to find local produce and experience unique products made in the area.

Nasher Sculpture Center has a wonderful collection of modern and contemporary art for visitors to peruse.

Premier Lake Living

Those looking for a laid-back lake lifestyle with the convenience of the Dallas-Forth Worth area will love to call Lake Kiowa home.