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Plutonic Panda
02-15-2015, 10:38 PM
This was what seemed like a super cool development on Lake Texoma but hasn't gotten anywhere.

Pointe Vista lawsuit stalled | News OK (http://newsok.com/pointe-vista-lawsuit-stalled/article/5393633)

Zuplar
02-17-2015, 07:58 AM
This was what seemed like a super cool development on Lake Texoma but hasn't gotten anywhere.

Pointe Vista lawsuit stalled | News OK (http://newsok.com/pointe-vista-lawsuit-stalled/article/5393633)

Yeah, it's also shamed they didn't do it at a better lake, say Eufuala.

Plutonic Panda
02-17-2015, 08:51 AM
Yeah. I don't know much about Texoma or Eufuala, but I've heard they're both beautiful lakes. Oklahoma needs more resort or getaway towns, imo.

Zuplar
02-17-2015, 10:26 AM
Yeah. I don't know much about Texoma or Eufuala, but I've heard they're both beautiful lakes. Oklahoma needs more resort or getaway towns, imo.

I've been to both over the years and IMO Texoma doesn't hold a candle to Eufaula. Texoma, to me is overpriced and isn't near as good of a lake. I think the big reason for development is because they want to get the Texan's money, because it seems like that's all that's at the lake are the big buyers from Dallas. I've just never been a fan.

BG918
02-17-2015, 12:36 PM
The rock bottom lakes in NE and SE Oklahoma are much nicer than Texoma and Eufaula, IMO. They just don't have sand beaches but the water quality is much better. Eufaula by the dam can be okay but the rest is always muddy especially in the summer. Tenkiller and Broken Bow are absolutely gorgeous and are still pretty undeveloped. Grand is the most developed lake in the state and its water quality isn't what it used to be but is still really nice. Skiatook by Tulsa is smaller but has good water quality and lots of hills around it reminds me a lot of the Hill Country lakes in Texas.

Zuplar
02-17-2015, 02:05 PM
Hands down Broken Bow is the best lake in the state. There is a lot more development there than there was even 5 years ago.