Waterfront Raymond Gary Lake George Caldwell Addition

Waterfront Property Lots George Caldwell Addition Lake Raymond Gary, Fort Towson, Hugo, Oklahoma, Paris Texas

The Lake Raymond Gary Community includes the George Caldwell Addition along the southwest part of Raymond Gary Lake.  The George Caldwell Addition is one of the older addtions on the lake.  It lies along Spillway Road (or State Highway 209 if you’re looking at 911 addresses) and contains all waterfront (lake front) lots.  The Caldwell family has been a part of Choctaw County for many, many years.

Like most of Lake Raymond Gary, The George Caldwell Addition has various styles and sizes of homes.  There is no home owners association.  There is a voluntary lake association active on Lake Raymond Gary.

Since all of Raymond Gary Lake is a “no wake” lake, the George Caldwell Addition is also.  It is managed by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife.  The George Caldwell addition is just north of South Shore Acres and south of Lake View Addition.  The George Caldwell Addition Lots have some of the widest channel views on Lake Raymond Gary since the Lake is wider at the south end and the addtion is on the west side of the south end.  The view stretches all the way over to the Raymond Gary State Park area if you can see that far! 



The George Caldwell addition and Lake Raymond Gary located inside the city limits of Fort Towson, Oklahoma are near Hugo, Oklahoma, and near Paris, Texas in Lamar County Texas, for shopping, medical facilities, restaurants, golf courses, movie theatres, jet ports
. Distances to Airports from The Lake Raymond Gary and George Caldwell Addtion, located in Choctaw County,  vary depending upon what type of airport you need.

A couple of hours (two hours and 33 minutes according to Google directions) from the Gainesville, Frisco, Plainveiw Texas area.  Three hours approximately from Tulsa, Oklahoma (two hours and fifty-five minutes according to Google directions). 

City utilities include a pressurized sewer system, city water, and garbage collection.  Electrical service is supplied by either AEP-PSO, or by Choctaw Electric Co-op.

  • Want to live on the water?
  • Want to have a boat dock or fishing pier right off the back yard?
  • Want to fish in the lake from the back yard?
  • Think you might enjoy an evening water cruise around the lake?
  • The George Caldwell Addition on Raymond Gary Lake in Southeast Oklahoma might be just the place for you. O 


Call me, Judi Barrett, broker at Integrity Real Estate Services, Idabel, OK 74745 at 580-212-5946 and let’s visit about the George Caldwell Addition on Raymond Gary Lake!

Raymond Gary Lake Waterfront Living

Raymond Gary Lake, The Only Lakefront

Raymond Gary Lake Shoreline

Community in Choctaw County with Boat Ramps – Near Hugo, Oklahoma

Raymond Gary Lake in Choctaw County Oklahoma is the only lake of any size in the area where you can own the shore and live on the water.

Lakefront property where you can have a boat dock..there are boat ramps on the lake for your use also. 

There is one other very small lake in Choctaw County, Schooler Lake, but it is so small, it does not have boat ramps…

Raymond Gary Lake is very unique for our area being the only lake where your back yard ends in water and if you’ve built a dock, it ends with a dock out over the water.  

This lakefront community has approximately 10 mile of shoreline that is mostly privately owned.  There are about a dozen sub-divisions around the lake with varying covenants and deed restrictions on those properties. 

 

Each one of those sub-divisions will be a topic of an upcoming post, but today this post is to introduce you to the community as a whole.

 

RAYMOND GARY LAKE SUB-DIVISIONS

  • Holiday Lake Estates,
  • Pauline Baily Survey,
  • Pauline Bailey Survey Lots,
  • Billy Bailey Survey,
  • The Point Addition,
  • Noble Acres,
  • George Caldwell Survey,
  • South Shore Acres,
  • South Shore Acres East Addition,
  • Lakeside
  • and in addition to that, there are several unplatted properties around the lake.

OWN THE SHORELINE – RAYMOND GARY LAKE

The deeded shoreline properties that border all around the lake are usually 0.5 acre or more.  Many properties already have a boat dock or fishing pier in place.  Property owners enjoy being able to fish for catfish, crappie, or bass, right from their back yard…or take the boat out for a spin and do a little fishing.


Raymond Gary Lake is a “no wake” lake.  Speed limit is officially set at 6 mph.  There are many different types of boats and different types of motors used on the lake.  Several residents that enjoy skiing, live on Raymond Gary Lake where they can live on the water, and then they travel to Hugo Reservoir or Pine Creek Lake to ski or participate in faster water sports.  Hugo Lake is about 15 minutes away and Pine Creek Lake about 45 minutes away from Raymond Gary Lake.

The various subdivisions around the lake are all within the city limits of Fort Towson, Oklahoma and enjoy paved streets along with city utilities.  Fort Towson is located on a four-lane highway, highway 70.
  The State Park is all lit up at Christmas time, there’s an annual Christmas Boat Parade and and a fireworks display on the Fourth of July every year. 


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The Subdivisions in the Raymond Gary Lake community have a whole range of home styles. Our office has sold homes from the $60,000 range up to $450,000 range.  Vacant lots that we’ve sold around the lake have been from around $15,000 up to around $35,000.  It’s about a 15 minute drive to Hugo and about 50 minutes or less to Paris, Texas.  Many people drive to Paris for shopping, health care, restaurants, and entertainment.  There also is a junior college, Paris Junior College located there.

Raymond Gary Lake, The Only Lakefront community in Choctaw County with boat ramps, near Hugo, Oklahoma.  IT is a great waterfront community in Southeast Oklahoma.  Call me and let’s talk about it.

 

 

For information about Lake Raymond Gary, please review the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservations rules and regulations concerning allowed activities on Department owned lakes. These regulations can be found at http://www.wildlifedepartment.com/laws_regs/fish1415.pdf  or in the printed Oklahoma Fishing Guide booklet.