As you can see from the picture, hiking shoes would be a good thing to pack. A bathing suit would also be recommended.
Photo Equipment: if you can, take a digital camera...that way you can take silly pictures like the one of my shoes...if the photos are no good, delete 'em...if they're keepers, then there ya go.
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: A tent would come in handy...lantern...sleeping bag...general camping stuff
The swimming is nice at Daingerfield Lake, but you can also boat and fish. There's a boat house where canoes and paddle boats can be rented at reasonable prices. The lake isn't too big, so there's not really much area to cover...but it's still worth it. Power boats, jet skis, and other loud vehicles are not allowed on the lake...which is fine with me...silence can be a good thing. You can throw a line into the water on the fishing pier...or walk around the lake to find a secluded spot to fish.
Favorite thing: Daingerfield Lake is great for swimming. The water is clear, and there's a platform to swim out to. I haven't been to many lakes with swim platforms, so I thought that was kinda cool. Anyway, last time I was at the lake, there weren't many people around; I had the lake to myself. Daingerfield Lake isn't too far from Caddo Lake, so while in the water, I kept wondering if there were any alligators swimming below - guess not. There's also a boat-house where canoes and paddle boats can be rented.
Favorite thing: Near the swimming area, you'll find a grass beach and a beach house. The beach is rather large, and I'm sure it gets alot of visitors during the summer. The building has refreshments and lets you store your things while you swim, if you want.
Favorite thing: Daingerfield is a great place for taking photos. At the lake, everywhere you look is a scenic spot. The trees reflect off the clear water...lily pads float around.... Fall is the best time for pictures cuz the leaves turn color; it's nice - can't take a bad picture.