Lake Tawakoni Nature Trail

Lake Tawakoni Nature Trail
Quinlan, TX.

Located near the “Bluebird Capital of Texas,” this trail winds through the woods near Lake Tawakoni and is great for bird-watching.… Read More

Sabine River

Sabine River

The two upper forks of the Sabine River, the South and Cowleech Forks, are formed in eastern Collin County and northwestern Hunt County respectively.… Read More

Lake Tyler

Lake Tyler is located southeast of Tyler, in Smith County, off Texas 64. The lake is composed of two bodies; Tyler West which is 2,224 acres and Tyler East which is 2,276 surface acres, both with a maximum depth of 40 feet. Aquatic vegetation in the lake consists of moderate … Read More

Lake Tawakoni State Park

Lake Tawakoni State Park is composed of 376.3 acres in Hunt County. The property was acquired in 1984 and authorized through a 50 year lease agreement with the Sabine River Authority, which operates the 36,700 surface-acre reservoir and Iron Bridge Dam, on the headwaters of the Sabine River.… Read More