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Oak Acres Is The Place To BeEscape to Cedar Creek Lake! Enjoy lake views from the large deck. If shopping is your therapy First Monday is 30 miles north on Hwy 198. Pinnacle Golf Club is 6.4 miles in Mabank, TX. **The POA has closed the private parks to guest. There is a City swim area about 5 to 8 minutes drive from the house. It is Log Cabin City Park on Alamo. Let me know if you have any questions. **
Roomy Lake House on Cedar Creek Reservoir, Texas★4 BR/2.5 bath Lake House ★Property sleeps 16 ★3100 sq feet of living space on main channel of Cedar Creek Lake with numerous amenities. ✔Boat dock, cradle lift ✔16’ canoe, ✔WiFi, ✔endless hot water, ✔fire pit, corn hole game, playscape & much more. ✔ Located next to Log Cabin City Boat Launch & Park. ✔Log Cabin Boat Ramp is one that’s usable when lake levels are low. ✔Circular driveway with lots of parking.
Waterfront Lake House with Dock and Boat LiftWaterfront Lake house with Dock and Boat Lift Our house is right on the lake with a private dock perfect for relaxing, swimming, skiing, fishing, and if you choose docking your own boat. We are located approximately a hour away from Dallas and 40 minutes from Canton’s First Monday Trade Days. Grocery store, restaurants, convenience stores, gas stations all within 5 miles of our home.
This mellow Blackland Prairie town lies between the Caney Creek and Clear Creek arms of Cedar Creek Lake, 70 miles southeast of Dallas. Fishing remains the biggest draw. Anglers prefer its weedy coves for largemouth bass — the local record stands at 14.65 pounds. Catfish, crappies, and hybrid striped bass also thrive in this reservoir, which has a maximum depth of 53 feet. Boat rentals and watercraft range from pontoons to jet skis, wetbikes, and stand-up paddleboards.
Prefer to bring your own vessel? Log Cabin, Texas, has a four-lane ramp, usable at various water levels. Keep an eye out for aquatic birds that breed on the lake’s islands, which are off-limits to people. Visitors often combine Cedar Creek Lake with golfing and exploring trails on foot, horseback, or ATV. Take things up a notch with the arcades and amusement rides in Seven Points. Or chill out with a local handcrafted beer and a great meal at one of Gun Barrel City’s restaurants.
This lakeside destination lies 90 miles southeast of Dallas Fort Worth International (DFW), the first carbon-neutral airport in North America, and the largest one in the world. Have extra time? Check out its yoga studios. Rental car companies abound there, along with taxis, limos, and charters. Rideshares also service the area, but taking one to Log Cabin can be pricey. For a smaller airport experience, turn to Dallas Love Field (DAL), which sits 77 miles northwest of Log Cabin.
This small town has a population of around 700 people, and no public transport. With the lake’s attractions spread around 220 miles of shoreline, a car will come in handy — as will a boat! A marina three miles south services visitors who bring their own. Alternatively, you can rent from a larger selection in Log Cabin or in nearby Tool, Texas.
Cold winters segue into rainy March weather and unpredictable spring temperatures. Summer brings some serious heat, making water activities almost essential then. For consistent highs in the 70s to 85 degrees Fahrenheit range, visit in October, April, or May. Log Cabin’s big events tend to be city council meetings, so you might look to the surrounding area instead for your fix of fun. April brings the Kemp Annual Wildflower Festival, which promotes sustainability and historic revitalization. Spring visitors also flock to May’s Old Fiddlers' Contest & Reunion and a Juneteenth Parade dedicated to the first Black-Cherokee cowboy film star. Some credit a resident of nearby Athens, Texas, with inventing the hamburger in 1880. A late-September bash celebrates this occasion 13 miles east of Log Cabin.
In 1884, a peg-legged performer with an iron stove strapped to his back plunged from a tightrope across Corsicana’s Beaton Street. The dying man asked for a rabbi, but never revealed his name. The town buried him in its Hebrew Cemetery, 33 miles west of Log Cabin, and has kept his legend alive. Many now believe he was the Great Professor Berg, who lost a leg in the Civil War and usually performed with a traveling wagon show.
A Finnish architect designed this UFO-shaped manufactured home in the late 1960s at the height of the Space Age. Its fiberglass-reinforced plastic shell still stands beside State Highway 276 in Rockwall, and is one of 100 left in the world.
Forty-four miles northeast sprawls a salt prairie, where Caddo and Cherokee peoples once harvested seasoning and preservative. Today the town of Grand Saline boasts the world’s only building made from pure rock salt, now a free museum and visitor center.