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Popular Lakeside Towns in Texas to Buy Real Estate

Posted by Richard Soto on Sunday, October 14th, 2018 at 1:35pm.

Facing the sun in the mild winters feeling the sunshine infused in the epidermal of the face. The crystal clear water relieving the stress of every inch of a muscle making one calm, while feeling the salty breeze on the cheeks and hearing the trouts flopping with the pebbles.Nothing can be more soothing than the scent of a dewy grass near the lake. One can never resist meditating, especially near the lakesides of the Lake towns in Texas.

Texas is not only the heart of amusements, entertainment and “Hollywood stars”. It is the hub of nature and beauty as well,  encompassing many of the Lake Towns within the Estate. The Estate is strategically planned one will find the skyscrapers, shopping malls and the creative use of science and technology yet, the mother nature is in the womb of the Estate as well.

Few of the most recognized and most visited lake towns in the Texas are:

  • Jefferson, TX, USA

  • Canyon Lake, TX, USA

  • Port ─░sabel, TX, USA

  • Lakeway, TX, USA

  • Lakeside City, TX, USA

Jefferson, TX, USA

The city Jefferson is situated in the Marion County of northeastern Texas, United States. It possess the county seat of Marion County, Texas, and is located in East Texas. The city is not densely populated, the total population of Jefferson is 2,416 people with a median age of 45.3.

The city engulfs the residents, newcomers and tourists into its tongue tying services, attractions, shopping malls and places to visit. Interestingly, the city boosts over one hundred historic landmarks.

Jefferson has rarely disappointed its visitors and tourists and have always been upto the mark for providing the best hotels and hotel services. Few of the renown hotels of the city are Excelsior House, Executive Inn and Kahn Hotel.

To breath in the fresh air and active the muscles the city has served with the wide range of amazing parks with the jogging tracks, hiking trails, biking and cycling tracks. Few of the parks are Diamond Don's RV Park and Jefferson RV Park.

Any city either small or big feels empty without good collection of restaurants. Therefore, Jefferson have plenty of restaurants to treat your taste buds few of them are Auntie Skinner's, Austin Street Bistro and Bayou Bakery and Cafe.

The city’s attractions are Caddo Lake Fishing, Boat Launch, Canoe and Kayak Rentals and 1879 Howe Truss Lighted Bridge.

Major annual events include:

  • Mardi Gras Upriver

  • Diamond Don's Vintage Motocross

  • History, Haunts, and Legends

  • Historical Pilgrimage

  • 4th of July Celebration

  • Corvette Car Show

  • Bigfoot Conference

  • Taste of Jefferson

  • Texas Sounds International Country Music Awards

  • Candlelight Tour of Homes

Canyon Lake, TX, USA

Canyon Lake, Texas, is recognized as “The Jewel” of the Texas Hill Country. It is a reservoir on the Guadalupe River in the Texas Hill Country in the United States. Canyon Lake is a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reservoir formed on the Guadalupe River in Comal County by Canyon Dam, which is located about sixteen miles northwest of New Braunfels.Canyon, TX has a population of 14,533 people with a median age of 27.

Canyon Lake is famous for water recreation. Moreover, for its outdoor recreation, including hiking trails and parks. Canyon Lake has eight park areas for people to camp, swim, boat, and picnic. Bank fishing is also available in all of these parks.

The attractions in Canyon Lake are The Guadalupe River which is famous for tubing, The Lake Canyon Yacht Club ,The Canyon Lake Gorge and Canyon Lake Boat Parade of Lights.

Port Isabel, TX, USA

Port Isabel, TX is located in Cameron County, TX. It borders Brownsville, TX and Laguna Heights, TX. Port Isabel, TX has a population of 5,015 people with a median age of 37.9. The economic conditions of the Port Isabel depends entirely upon the Accommodation & Food Service; Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing, Hunting; and Real Estate, Rental & Leasing.

The country is full of attractions and amusements like South Padre Island Dolphin Research & Sea Life Nature Center, Iwo Jima Memorial & Museum, Estero Llano Grande State Park, Weslaco,Bobz World, Los Fresnos and Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge Alamo.

Lakeway, TX, USA

Lakeway, TX is a census place located in Travis County, TX. It borders Bee Cave, TX; Point Venture, TX; and The Hills, TX.Lakeway, TX. It has a population of 13,662 people with a median age of 46.9.The economy of Lakeway depends upon the Management of Companies & Enterprises; Mining, Quarrying, Oil, Gas Extraction.

Amusements, vacations, entertainment brings the chers in ones life after the monotonous and hectic life schedule of strenuous workload. Take of your shoes and plan the vacations in the city of Lakeway without giving a second thought.

Many attractions are there for the inhabitants of Lakeway like Take a Hike, Then Jump in a Lake With Lake Travis Zipline Adventures,  Biking in the Lake With Austin Water Bikes, Sail Away With a Rental From Outbound Sailing,Moonshine at Crystal Creek Distilling and watch movies Under the Stars which offers open-air movies in the evening for guests who bring their own refreshments and furniture.

Few of the recreational places of Lakeway are, Lakeway Marina, Hippie Hollow, Landfall sailing, High 5, the exuberant Austin Salt Cave and Lakeway Zipline adventures.

Lakeside City, TX, USA

Lakeside, TX has a population of 1,817 people with a median age of 53.1. Lakeside, TX is a census place located in Tarrant County, TX. It borders Fort Worth, TX. The economy of Lakeside, TX is relies upon the Construction; Mining, Quarrying, Oil, Gas Extraction; and Manufacturing,

All needs and necessities are fulfilled but the recreation is not there the void needs to be filled with some of the “hurray places” must to be in the residential area. Hence the Lakeside Estate serves its inhabitants with the breath taking attractions and lot of amusements for all the age groups.

The Stockyards, Burger's Lake, Sundance Square, Fort Worth Zoo, Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge and Fort Worth Water Gardens are few of the most visited and reviewed attractions of the Lakeside city.


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