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Our business has grown and we have added more homes since then.  Our daughter Elizabeth got married in the fall of 2014 and wanted a larger wedding with  60 people. We needed a building. We had bought a property that came with a large building that would require a lot of work to get it ready for a wedding. Our daughter, as well as us, had been to enough barn weddings and wanted something that offered what we called, "Country Elegance".

As our business grows we are attracting a corporate clientele to compliment our existing rentals.
Last year we had 8 groups from Whole Foods Market rent homes for team building events. We also had Kohler engines, Graebel Movers, The Lawn Pilots, Insurance companies and a host of other businesses visit and take advantage of our offerings.

While there is adequate room for recreational boating, tubing, jet skis and all your favorite water sports a good portion (over 60%)  is stumpy making fishing boats, kayaks or canoes necessary.

These are the areas, along with two islands that are best for fishing and wildlife viewing.

Houston County Lake may just be the medicine your family needs. When is the last time you spent time fishing with your kids. Watching the eyes light up and the smiles as they reel in that monster sunfish? How about a kayak adventure into the many coves of a quiet lake, watching Blue Heron and Egrets strutting along the shoreline in search of a meal. Turtles, Raccoon and birds of all shapes, sizes and colors. If you're patient you may see the Beavers heading out at dusk to bring wood to their dam.

Equally as impressive as the recreational boating is the tremendous area and quality of the lakes fishing structure.  From trophy bass and catfish to crappie and perch you're almost sure to catch a stringer full of fish.
It's a common sight to see groups of fly fisherman in their kayaks working the shoreline in search of record Redear Sunfish. Clubs from Austin, Houston and Dallas frequent the lake for their tournaments.

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