Welcome to Caddo Lake Cabins!

Welcome to  Caddo Lake Cabins on Caddo Lake, where alligators, steamboats,
and southern charm make the perfect atmosphere for a most relaxing getaway.
Our guest houses (Cypress View,  Slough View,  and  Heart’s Cottage)  offer affordable, clean, carefree  lodging and a quiet retCypress View Cabinreat from the fast pace of everyday life.  We provide everything you need to enjoy your time here, so you can canoe leisurely through the water lilies, fish, bird watch, or just relax on a screen porch with a good book, all in your own time. Our goal is to have you feel as though you were stepping into your own cabin on Caddo Lake, ready and waiting for you to use and enjoy. Each guest house has it’s own personality, so pick the one that suits you best: large or small, quiet, or in the middle of the activity.

We are located in Uncertain, Texas (Map), just minutes away from the historic cities of Jefferson and Marshall, and only 45 minutes from the casinos of Shreveport, Louisiana. Caddo Lake is the only natural lake in Texas, and Big Cypress Bayou and the sloughs and channels that make up Caddo Lake cover over 30,000 acres in both Texas and Louisiana.  Hauntingly beautiful, quiet and unspoiled, Caddo Lake is rich in its diversity of plants and wildlife (Photos).

Guided tours of the lake and its backwaters are a wonderful way to discover the unique beauty that is Caddo.  If you choose to explore Caddo on your own, you may bring your own boat, or take advantage of the rentals available nearby.  Slough View Cabin

Our rates for each cabin are  listed on the Rates Page.  If you have questions, please check our Questions? page, drop us an email, or just give us a call.

We are not affiliated with the  Caddo Lake State Park. To contact the Park, please see their link on our Links page.

The view from the back porch of Heart’s Cottage.

The best way to see Caddo Lake is by boat.  There are several tour operators on Caddo, but the one we recommend is
Caddo Outback Tours  Check our ‘Links’ page for a link to that website for more information.  See the REAL Caddo Lake!