Uncertain fireworks EVENTS: Several unique
events take place on the
Big Cypress Bayou that
borders the town of
Uncertain. Visitors in
Uncertain can view these
activities from the banks
of Caddo Lake.
fishing Caddo Lake FISHING: Anglers, from novice to
professional, take advantage of
opportunities to limit out on
Caddo’s ninety-two species of
fish in the most scenic of all
Texas lakes.
Caddo Lake hunting HUNTING: Duckblinds dot
Caddo’s waters, hiding hunters
ready to ambush seventeen
species of migrating waterfowl
that are purported to visit
Caddo Lake annually.
boating Caddo Lake BOATING: Caddo offers an amazing
range of boating experiences,
from open water to tiny backwaters.
Enjoy the adventure!
canoe Canoe & Kayak Paddling:
Soak in the solitude and beauty
of Caddo Lake by paddling along
designated Texas Paddling Trails
that feature the flora and fauna
of this unique environment.
mud boating MUD BOATING: See Caddo Lake
up-close and personal in a mud boat.
These versatile shallow draft boats
go almost anywhere, open water,
narrow channels, shallow swamp,
even over mud! Take a tour or bring
your own.
Birds Caddo Lake BIRDING: On the neotropical
flyway, songbirds of great variety,
forage the banks and treetops
along this migration route.
Bitterns, herons, egrets and
woodstorks are common sights
on Caddo Lake.
TOURING: A variety of tour boats
(steamboat, pontoonboats, john
boats with air-cooled engines)
allow visitors to explore the
meandering bayous and sloughs,
giving guests to Caddo an intimate
touch with the mysterious beauty
that is Caddo Lake.
Caddo Lake relaxing RELAXING: Let your thoughts
and dreams float on the water
and take wing with the thousands
of birds on Caddo Lake. Read a
book, daydream, take a nap,
enjoy this place. There is
nowhere else like it.
Caddo Lake eating EATING: Savor a combination
of down-home southern cooking,
Louisiana fish, hearty Texas dishes,
and local specialties. There is no
reason to ever be hungry here!

Caddo Lake, the mysterious and intriguing Texas treasure, is draped across the Texas-Louisiana border. Caddo was designated in 1991, by International Ramsar Treaty, as a “Wetlands of International Importance.”