Welcome to Uncertain , Texas

What’s in a name? The whole history of a town whose remote beginnings reflect the nature of the place, a place of exotic beauty, deep secrets, the haunts of wildlife where those who need respite for their souls can find harmony and peace. Uncertain, along the shores of Caddo Lake has, for over a hundred years, provided a means for launching into another world–a fishing hole, a cathedral of cypress, a paradise of the past.

 

Nestled in the one of a kind Caddo Lake, Uncertain boasts a close proximity to many beautiful attractions and locations, including Caddo Lake State Park, Caddo Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Jefferson, Texas, Marshall, Texas, Shreveport, L.A. and more. 

 

Where to Stay

Not sure where to stay? We can definitely help. We've gone ahead and created a list of available lodging near Uncertain, Texas that will be sure to give you the true Uncertain experience.

activities

What To Do

We sure know what to do in Uncertain! Uncertain offers activities and events for many interests such as fishing & hunting, boating, unique food destinations, and of course, relaxing!

Where to Find Us

Finding Uncertain can leave a lot of people feeling...uncertain. For many this is a positive! To ensure that you can find your way to our neck of the woods we've compiled some directions to help you out.

Don’t Leave Uncertain Without Seeing Caddo From The Water!

Harrison County's Coordinated Corona Virus Response

There has been a coordinated effort between Harrison County, City of Marshall, the Marshall-Harrison County Health District, Christus Good Shepherd Medical Center-Marshall, other local authorities (including the City of Uncertain,) and health officials.  The intent is to highlight prevention measures and to provide more sources of information.  Following is some information to help protect you:

  • Practice excellent personal hygiene habits, including handwashing, coughing into tissue or elbow, avoid touching eyes, nose or mouth.  Regularly clean “high touch” surfaces like doorknobs, light switches, table tops, etc.
  • Stay away from people who are ill, especially if you are 60 or older or have underlying health conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, lung disease, or a weakened immune system.
  • Avoid mass gatherings
  • Stay home when you are sick.  Work from home if possible, especially if you are sick or others may be sick at your workplace.  If you think you’ve been exposed, protect your family, neighbors, and others and self-isolate.
  • Do not go to the emergency room unless essential.  If you have symptoms like cough, fever, or other respiratory problems, contact your regular doctor first.  If you think you have the corona virus, contact your doctor on the phone prior to arrival at the doctor’s office.
  • Stay informed and use the following sites:

https://www.dshs.state.tx.us/coronavirus/

https://mynethealth.org/services/public-emergency-preparedness/coronavirus

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

Marshall-Harrison County District     903.938.8338 (or) 1.866.310.9698

There will be many people that have the corona virus for only a day or two, completely recover, and never even know what it was.  While this is a serious issue, don’t become fearful.  Please use the guidelines above and treat this as if you’re avoiding the flu.  Even if you have some of the identified symptoms but have no known exposure, you are likely not a candidate even to be tested.

If we have the corona virus in our county, we have protocols in place to take care of the patient.

Harrison County and cooperating agencies will continue to closely monitor this issue.  If an outbreak occurs, we will respond as necessary to protect our residents.  Right now, we are asking everyone to use good judgement and help to prevent this from occurring.