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Lake Caddo, East Texas
Love this lake! Did you know it is haunted?  There is a ghost boat that travels around it!

Lake Caddo, East Texas Love this lake! There is a ghost boat that travels around it!

Not the Hill Country, but East Texas. Caddo Lake is 35,000 acres of sloughs, bayous, swamp and cypress trees. A huge water forest--beautiful and haunting.

East Texas', Caddo Lake, is acres of sloughs, bayous, swamp and cypress trees. A huge natural water forest--beautiful and haunting. My home sweet home!

TEXAS - Bald cypress  trees flourish on Caddo Lake, as seen near Big Pines Lodge. (Photos by J. Griffis Smith)

Ride on the Graceful Ghost with a catfish dinner at Big Pines Lodge Restaurant and Waterin' Hole.

Caddo Lake Steamboat is wood fired with a paddle wheel.

Caddo Lake Steamboat, wood fired with a paddle wheel. Caddo Lake is in Texas and Louisiana.

A água do reservatório O.C. Fisher, no Texas (EUA), que inexplicavelmente foi tingido de vermelho sangue (Foto: Divulgação)

Fim dos tempos? Reserva no Texas ganha apelido de “lago de sangue” e depois seca. Veja imagens

Blood Lake, Texas, USA OC Fisher Reservoir in San Angelo State Park -the bloody color is the result of Chromatiaceae bacteria, which thrives in oxygen-depleted water and often takes on an opaque red hue.

Caddo Lake, Tx.   Very cool. Watch out for Gators!

caddo lake - only natural lake in texas.for traveling close to home

Add these 10 lesser-known Texas places to your bucket list.

10 Under-the-Radar Texas Destinations You Should Visit

Add these 10 lesser-known Texas places to your bucket list. (The image is of Caddo Lake, which is just as surreal as the photo makes it look.

The Jefferson Hotel - Jefferson, Texas - Stayed at this 'haunted' hotel in this cute little town. :)

The Jefferson Hotel - Jefferson, Texas - Staying at the haunted Hotel in October! Also doing the 90 minute ghost tour at

Caddo Lake - Uncertain, Texas.  Love Texas towns named for concepts--Uncertain, Comfort, Utopia...

Love Texas towns named for concepts--Uncertain, Comfort, Utopia.~~ my brother used to fish this lake & always told me how beautiful it was.

Log Cabin Village, located just across the street from the Ft. Worth Zoo, consists of ten 19th century buildings, all working as if they were plucked off of the farms they were originally on, and plunked down in Fort Worth, furniture and all. You can go at your own pace through the village, stopping at what interests you, exploring as you go. There is so much to see and do here, you will want to take your time.

Log Cabin Village ~ Fort Worth, Texas

Log Cabin Village ~ Fort Worth, Texas - Oh my gosh. I remember going here when I was in elementary school!