Bois d’Arc Lake
Bois d’Arc Lake is the first new major reservoir in Texas in nearly 30 years. The 16,641-acre lake is located northeast of the city of Bonham in Fannin County and began to impound (hold) water on April 14, 2021.
Bonham Chamber of Commerce
Learn about the Bonham Chamber of Commerce.
Bonham State Park
At Bonham State Park, you’ll find a serene 65-acre lake, hilly trails, colorful history and a quiet place to relax.
Caddo National Grassland
The Caddo and Lyndon B. Johnson (LBJ) National Grasslands are located in two areas northeast and northwest of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. They not only provide grazing land for cattle and habitat for wildlife, but offer a variety of recreation.
Coffee Mill Lake
Read about Coffee Mill Lake, an excellent fishing location.
Fannin County Museum of History
Visit the Museum, located in the historic Texas and Pacific Railway Depot, to see a wide array of displays about the history of Fannin County, from pioneer days to World War I and World War II.
Fort Inglish Museum
The Village consists of the Stockade, which has a broom-making factory, water well, outhouse, carriage house, corn shelling and grinding area, as well as clothes washing area. There are three original cabins from the area which are set up to be a general store, a typical 1830s log cabin, and the Inez Inglish cabin. Also in the Village is a blacksmith shop and a school/church.
Lake Bonham Recreation Area
See information on Lake Bonham Recreation Park.
Flows in the Red and Washita Rivers make Texoma one of the few freshwater lakes in the United States with a self-sustaining, landlocked population of striped bass.
Sam Rayburn House Museum
The late congressman Sam Rayburn was the longest-serving speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives and one of America's most powerful 20th-century politicians. The Sam Rayburn House Museum tells his life story inside the modest wood-frame farm home, built by Rayburn in 1916 and still containing all the original furnishings, where he lived until the time of his death in 1961.
Sam Rayburn Library
The dedication of the library, on October 9, 1957, climaxed a long-cherished dream of Speaker of the House Sam Rayburn.