Lake Hair....Don't Care!!!

Dated: April 2 2023

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As we get closer and closer to Summer….I have lake life on the brain!!! There are several lakes around McKinney, Texas that are great for outdoor activities and recreation. Here are some of the most popular ones:

  1. Lake Lavon - Located just east of McKinney, Lake Lavon is a large lake with over 21,000 acres of water and over 120 miles of shoreline. It's popular for boating, fishing, camping, hiking, and bird watching.

  2. Lake Lewisville - Located south of McKinney, Lake Lewisville is a popular destination for boating, fishing, swimming, and camping. It has over 29,000 acres of water and over 233 miles of shoreline.

  3. Ray Roberts Lake - Located north of McKinney, Ray Roberts Lake is a scenic lake with over 29,000 acres of water and over 100 miles of shoreline. It's popular for boating, fishing, camping, hiking, and wildlife viewing.

  4. Lake Texoma - Located north of McKinney on the Texas-Oklahoma border, Lake Texoma is a large lake with over 89,000 acres of water and over 600 miles of shoreline. It's popular for boating, fishing, camping, hiking, and bird watching.

  5. Lake Tawakoni - Located southeast of McKinney, Lake Tawakoni is a popular destination for fishing, boating, and camping. It has over 37,000 acres of water and over 200 miles of shoreline.

All of these lakes offer a wide range of outdoor activities and are great places to enjoy the natural beauty of Texas. Just a few more reasons why I love my McKinney!

~Meredith Anderson

 

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Meredith Anderson

Meredith was born in Texas, raised in a proud military family in California, and returned to Texas for college and beyond! She graduated from Stephen F. Austin State University and has lived in the Da....

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