The Cedar Bayou family offers over two decades of Lake Texoma fishing knowledge and facilities that support your expedition from start to finish.
Fuel up at our docks, hire one of our experienced guides, or take a few minutes at dawn to ask one of us the best spots for sandies and stripers.
Get your bait, tackle, and all the sunscreen you need for a full day on the water at our ship store, and when you come back, our designated fish cleaning station will help you prepare for a char-grilled fish dinner on the coals.
Cedar Bayou is home to a Cross Timbers trail system trailhead and provides access to 16 miles of rugged mountain biking trails designed for the mountain biker with a taste for a challenge.
The Cedar Bayou Cross Timbers region is separated into nine gorgeous scenic trails, with one “intermediate” loop, seven Black Diamond “difficult” trails, and one “extremely difficult” trail, the rutted root-grown 581-foot descent known as the “Stairway to Heaven.”
Dallas/Fort Worth and Oklahoma City hikers make the trip to Cedar Bayou knowing a 13.6-mile gem of winding lakeside splendor awaits them.
The Cross Timbers Hiking Trail hugs the mudded banks and overlooking bluffs of Lake Texoma and offers wildlife views that ranges from river otters to the thousands of migratory birds that stop at Lake Texoma as a refueling stop on their intercountry journeys.
The Cross Timbers Hiking Trail takes an average of five hours and 12 minutes to complete and is considered an excellent trail for overnight backpackers.