Caddo Lake, located in Northern Texas, is becoming one of the most photographed Cypress Forests in the United States. This unique landscape is both gorgeous and pretty darn mysterious looking.
The wetland lake area is massive encompassing over 25,000 acres and stretches into Lousiana. By the way, since 1965 apparently, there have been literally hundreds of Bigfoot sightings on the lake. Not kidding!
Each fall (Mid November down there), as the colors of the Cypress trees change, legions of leaf-peeping photographers converge on this place… including T Snitz Esq!
There are essentially two ways to view the lake. The first is from shore, inside the Caddo Lake State Park.
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A final word of caution: Caddo Lake is rapidly getting discovered. Motorized boat rentals which typically come with a guide (lake can be difficult to navigate) are already getting booked up for next fall!. For serious photographers looking for a guided experience, many photo workshops for next fall (2022) are likewise already full. Ergo, plan your trip now!