The Lake Quitman real estate market is a tight inventory marketplace for lake property in Texas.
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Lake Quitman, in Wood County, is located 100 miles east of Dallas and can be a great getaway from the city.
A 30-minute commute to either Emory or Sulphur Springs will give you access to hotels, restaurants, and shopping.
Lake Quitman has a surface area of 814 acres and has a max depth of 25 feet.
The lake was impounded in 1962 when the Wood County No. 1 Dam was completed on Dry Creek in the Sabine River Basin.
All sorts of boating are permitted at Lake Quitman along with watersports such as water skiing, jet skiing, or wake-boarding.
Lake Fork Island is a campground on the lake that includes camper and RV lots, restrooms, picnic areas, and walking trails.
At the dam, you will find campsites, restrooms, parking, courtesy docks, picnic areas, and weighing stations.
This lake, with three boat ramps and a privately owned marina, is a great host for fishers. The nearby marina sells anything a fisher might need: bait, gas, and food. Largemouth Bass are a hit at Lake Quitman, but it is also a source of crappie, bluegill, and sunfish.
For one seeking entertainment, Sulphur Springs is a popular host of live music and rodeos.
Lake Quitman is an appealing location for a buyer looking for a vacation rental or permanent residence on a serene lake with fishing, boating, and camping opportunities.