Summertime is almost here and what better way to spend your summer than at the lake. Whether it be a good day on the lake fishing or just cruising around we want to know where you like to spend your 'lake time'.

Here are some of our favorite lakes to got enjoy some lake time.

Millwood Lake just a short drive from Texarkana Millwood is known primarily as a fishing lake because of its stumps. As you can see in the picture it has a few extra inhabitants as well.

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Lake Wright Patman or Texarkana lake as it's known is a lake for fishing and recreation. As a kid, I remember fishing with my dad on the lake and then getting to do a little water skiing.

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Greeson or Narrows as most of us know it is known primarily as a recreational lake. With great spots all around the lake for skiing and just tooling around in your party barge, this is Texarkana's home away from home. I remember that most of the folks I run into at the lake seem to be from Texarkana.

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Broken Bow Lake just a short drive from Texarkana is a hidden gem in Broken Bow lake. It's a very picturesque and serene setting and is a great spot to fish and as you can see in the picture, enjoy a little jet skiing.

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Did we leave out your favorite lake? Let us know in the comments.

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