The Cottage on Lake Graham, in North Texas
Nice dock with boat slip, water slide, diving board, swim ladder and electrical outlets. Rent both dock and home with easy access to boat launch with courtesy dock, several blocks away. The cottage sleeps 4 people and has one bathroom.
Perfect for a romantic getaway or a family fun weekend vacation. The cottage decor & fixtures are re-purposed antiques, giving it a unique feel you can’t get anywhere else. The water’s edge gas fire pit is a great place to unwind year-round. The back yard offers plenty of sun and shade for you to enjoy. The Cottage is NOT for parties or rowdy activities.
The living area includes a mini fridge, microwave and coffee pot as well as a two burner cook-top, no oven or stove.
There is a propane grill on the backside of the cottage, you are also welcome to use the outdoor kitchen and grill on the back porch of the main house. The porch has lights and a stereo that you are welcome to use as well.
The dock is equipped with a large umbrella to allow for more comfort while on the dock.
Other things to note:
Water levels on this lake can change seasonally and affect the depth at the dock and the boat launch. For information about lake levels at Lake Graham, see this link (link will open in a new browser window): https://www.waterdatafortexas.org/reservoirs/individual/graham
Paddle Sport Rentals, LLC will deliver paddle boards and kayaks to the cottage. Let me know if you’d like to reserve some of these for your trip.
Local fishing guide service available by Scott Smiley, must be booked prior to arrival. More info and contact info provided upon request.
In-house massage available from Julie Tennant, a local massage therapist. Appointments must be booked prior to your arrival at the cottage, contact info provided upon request.
Destinations on or near the lake:
Kindley Park at the far north end of the lake (33.193585, -98.648179). Picnic tables, vault toilet, trash – this is a paid/fee site. Primitive boat ramp if you need to launch from this end of the lake. If only visiting the park, may be able to beach your boat for a short visit if needed.
There are several small islands on the lake to explore. This lake is also co-located and connected by a water channel to Lake Eddleman which is a smaller lake with a boat ramp and courtesy dock, a park area which includes a campground area (no restrooms), and a fee for use, fishing shack on the water (see Peanut’s Crappie House above).
The small town of Graham is within six miles with shopping and restaurants.