• Surface Area: 89,000 Acres
Lake Texoma is one of the largest reservoirs in the United States, it is formed by Denison Dam on the Red River situated between Oklahoma and Texas. The lake area includes two wildlife refuges, twenty-six resorts, two state parks, twelve marinas, hundreds of campgrounds, fifty four USACE-managed parks, and a variety of golf courses. Power boating, personal watercraft, sailing, water skiing and wind surfing are all popular on the lake. Popular fish species of the lake include largemouth, spotted, white, and striped bass, white crappie, and channel, blue, and flathead catfish. Camping is also popular on the lake, both public and private campgrounds exist along the shores of the Lake.