Eisenhower State Park, Denison Texas

We just returned from a short trip to Eisenhower State Park, named for the 34th President of the United States who was born nearby. Located northwest of Denison Texas and approximately 100 miles north of Dallas Texas this nice size park of 423.1 acres is set on the shores of Lake Texoma, a huge reservoir on the Texas/Oklahoma border. The Tex and oma in the name of this Red River impoundment represents both states. 580 miles of shoreline sprawl across the borders of Texas and Oklahoma with 2/3 of the lake actually in Oklahoma.

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3 Responses to Eisenhower State Park, Denison Texas

  1. JJ Loch says:

    I love the coves and alcoves! What fun you had!!!

    Blessings! JJ

  2. joanie7 says:

    It was great. Texas lakes are full of surprises.

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