East Texas TreasureBald cypress trees draped with Spanish moss tower over the maze of bayous, sloughs and ponds of Caddo Lake. Paddle these waterways, stay in a historic cabin, or try your luck fishing. Discover an East Texas treasure!Things to DoAt Caddo Lake State Park, you can fish, paddle, hike, picnic, camp or stay in a cabin, look for a geocache, and go boating. Rent our group hall for your next reunion!Fish: Access the 26,810-acre Caddo Lake, which harbors more than 70 species of fish. We have a fishing pier and a boat ramp. You do not need a fishing license to fish from shore in a state park. Paddle: Explore Caddo Lake’s twists and turns. Rent a canoe in the park or bring your own canoe or kayak. You can also venture onto more than 50 miles of paddling trails in the Caddo Lake area (Stay:Choose from 46 campsites, ranging from water only to full hookup sites.Stay at a screened shelter.Rent one of our historic cabins. These range from two- to six-person cabins, and several are ADA accessible.Hike: Explore the forest afoot. One-quarter mile of the Caddo Forest Trail is ADA accessible.
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