Motel 6 Denison

615 N Hwy 75
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vistit lake texoma, eishowers...

by mhouse61

vistit lake texoma, eishowers birthplace,railhead steakhouse
nitelife activies to inculude calhoun's,,suzy-q's,,plus several others,it is also a short drive from dallas. family,DENISON is my hometown

Eisenhower's Birthplace

by keeweechic

Eisenhower's Birthplace hosts several special events in the park and elsewhere in Denison each year. Annual celebrations include President's Day in February, Easter Sunday egg hunt on the lawn, Eisenhower's Birthday and a Victorian Christmas.

Denison Dam and Powerhouse

by keeweechic

Denison Dam and Powerhouse was constructed by the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers to restrain 89,000 surface acres of water that makes up Lake Texoma. The dam provides hydroelectric power for North Texas and Southern Oklahoma. An interesting thing is that German POW labour was used in the construction which lasted from 1938 - 1944.

North of city on Hwy 91

Lake Texoma

by keeweechic

Lake Texoma- is 5 miles north/west of Denison and is the largest lake in capacity in the Tulsa District and the tenth largest in the United States. It is widely recognised as a top fishing lake, and is one of the most popular recreation destinations in the Southwest. The area includes two wildlife refuges, two state parks, fifty four U.S. Army Corps of Engineers-managed parks, twenty-six resorts, hundreds of campgrounds and a variety of excellent golf courses.

North of Denison on the border of Oklahoma.

Keeweechic's Denison

by keeweechic

Denison is only 75 miles north of Dallas and is located in Northeastern area of Texas in Grayson County which borders Oklahoma. The city was founded in 1872 and was named after the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad (M-K-T) Vice-President, George Denison. The M-K-T railroad is known better as the Katy Railroad which has merged with Union Pacific. The railroad played an important role in the growth of the city as did the establishment of Perrin Air Force Base in the 1940’s. The base today falls under the control of Grayson County and serves Denison as a private airport and industrial park.

Grayson County is the 29th largest of 254 counties in Texas and Sherman holds the county seat. Denison is located close by and is the next largest city.

After being designated a Texas Main Street City by the Texas Historical Commission, the residents have worked hard preserve their unique history in restoring homes and buildings to their original character and design. In 1988 it was placed first in its category. Historic walking and driving tours guide visitors through neighbourhoods and the historic downtown arts district.

Denison has grown from a small community to modern city, settled in a gently rolling and wooded terrain which stretches northward to the shores of Lake Texoma and the Red River Valley. It has earned itself nicknames such as "The Infant Wonder," (for the arrival of the Katy Railroad) "The Gateway City," (as being the first welcoming stop for travellers from the north) and "The Katy's Baby.

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Address: 615 N Hwy 75