What Is the Largest Lake in Texas?

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The largest lake in Texas is Caddo Lake. It is 25,400 acre lake that is located on the border of Texas and Louisiana in Harrison and Marion Counties in Texas, and Caddo Parish in Louisiana. It is a very beautiful area and is the largest natural fresh water lake in the south. You can find more information here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caddo_Lake
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