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Lake Texoma: Cross Timbers Texoma Hiking Trail

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Enjoying the great outdoors is a wonderful experience - from camping, fishing, hunting, and taking time with family & friends! Growing up in my family included all these outdoor opportunities! The time bonding, learning, and experiencing the outdoor life are now cherished memories, never forgotten as they will always hold a special part in my life!




Lake Texoma: Cross Timbers Texoma Hiking Trail



Hiking near Lake Texoma is a wonderful activity for the family. The Cross Timbers Texoma Hiking Trail spans nearly fifteen miles of trail along the shoreline. The trail begins at the Juniper Point recreation area.



Moderate Degree Hiking



The Cross Timbers Texoma Hiking Trail offers a moderate degree hiking experience. There are various elevations on the walking/hiking path with each mile marked visibly.



Developed Areas



Along the hiking trail, there are some developed areas for hikers. These areas allow rest and access to water. Bottles of water should be taken while hiking the full trail.



Corps of Engineers



The Cross Timbers hiking area is built by the Corps of Engineers in the 1960s. Over time, camping areas along the hiking trail have been established for those who wish to camp.



For more info: Please call 903-465-4990




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Water Level on 12/12: 618.15 (+1.15)



Lake Texoma Fishing Report from TPWD (Dec. 5)

Water stained to muddy; 48–50 degrees; 1.19’ high. Black bass are good on Texas rigged craws, lipless crankbaits and suspending jerkbaits. Crappie are good on minnows and jigs. Striped bass are good on slabs. Catfish are fair on trotlines.