This lake offers picnicking, swimming, boat ramp and fishing pier. Eight miles south of Daingerfield via U.S. 259 at Lone Star.
Housed in the 1925 Gilmer Post Office, exhibits include Caddo artifacts, forestry, a model drilling rig, and the Yamboree. Open 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tue.-Fri. 119 Simpson St. www.historicupshurmuseum.com.
Lake activities include fishing, skiing, riding personal watercrafts and duck hunting.
Take Texas 155 north, six miles to Barnwell Mountain roadside park and overlook. Most roads in the area offer a mixture of pine and hardwood forests, along with pastures, rich in fall color and spring wildflowers.
Includes a genealogy department and War of the Rebellion materials for Civil War research. Open 9 a.m.-5:45 p.m. Mon.-Fri. 702 W. Tyler St.
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