This giant reservoir along the Sabine River is 65 miles long with 1,200 miles of shoreline. Most of the water is quite clear, yet rather fertile. Maximum depth is 110 feet. Native brush, aquatic grasses and standing timber provide excellent fish habitat. The reservoir is used for water supply, hydroelectric power and recreation. There are numerous marinas and camping facilities around the lake. The Sabine National Forest operates several campgrounds. Hemphill is a nearby town.
Toledo Bend Reservoir
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