1. Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge
– Resting on Lake Texoma, the refuge is open to visitors at various times of the year to hunt, fish and observe the wildlife. Located in Sherman, 30 minutes from Rock Creek.
2. Lake Texoma
– The word “best” has been used time and again in publications from across the nation to describe Denison’s grand Lake Texoma. The lake, located 75 miles north of Dallas and 121 miles south of Oklahoma City, is the 12th largest lake in the United States. With approximately 89,000 acres of water surface, Lake Texoma truly is a mecca for those seeking outdoor recreation of every type, including boaters, water-skiers, golfers, campers, hunters, hikers, bikers, bird watchers, and anglers. Lake Texoma is one of the region’s most popular lake destinations because it offers it all.
3. Eisenhower State Park
– Eisenhower State Park is located north-west of Denison on the shores of Lake Texoma. The park is 423.1 acres (171 ha). and offers nature programs throughout the year. The park has facilities for picnicking, nature study, hiking, biking, fishing, swimming, boating, water skiing, wildlife observation, ATV use, and camping. Facilities at the park include picnic sites, playground areas, campsites, screened shelters, recreation hall, a campground pavilion, boat dock, an amphitheatre, a lighted fishing pier, an ATV/mini-bike area of 10 acres (40,000 m2), and 4.5 miles (7.2 km) of hike and bike trails.
3. Fobb Bottom Wildlife Management Area
– Fobb Bottom WMA is located in southern Marshall County. The nearest town is Willis, Oklahoma. The area is 2,205 acres in size and consists of mainly flood plain, river bottom, and cropland.