Harrison County

Harrison county is in Upper East Texas and Marshall is the county seat in the East Texas timberlands. The county is heavily forested. Altitude range is 168-600ft. Area cities, towns and unincorporated areas are Elysian Fields, Gill, Hallsville, Harleton, Jonesville, Karnack, Latex, Longview (mostly in Gregg county), Marshall, Nesbitt, Scottsville, Uncertain, Waskam, and Woodlawn. There are 9 school districts in Harrison county.

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Hallsview TX

Hallsville is in Harrison county on I20 and US Highway 80. Zip code area is 75650.

Longview in Harrison county TX

Longview is in Harrison county on US Highway 80 and US highway 259. Longview is a fast growing city with cultural arts, historic downtown, a regional airport, fine arts, lakes and state parks. Longview hosts the yearly Great Texas Balloon race. Zip code area is 75601, 75602, 75603, 75604, 75605, 75606, 75607, 75608, and 75615.

Marshall TX

Marshall is the county seat in Harrison county. There is a county airport and Amtrak rail system. Marshall is most known for their “Wonderland of Lights” during the Christmas season. Zip code area is 75670, 75671, 75672.

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Harrison county area lakes:

Pocket Lakes are Centel Lake (206 acres), Ferguson Creek Reservoir (228 acres), Fern Lake (45 acres), Harris Lake (39 acres), Highland Lake (54 acres), Holmes Lake (95 acres), and Lake Shadowwood (85 acres), Rock Lake (216 acres). The Sabine River runs around Harrison county.

Caddo Lake (Big Lake, Carter Lake, Clinton Lake and Back Lake are all connected to Caddo Lake)

Caddo is on the Texas-Louisiana state line. The Texas side of Lake Caddo is in Marion and Harrison counties, 26,800 acres and maximum depth is 20 feet. Caddo Lake is the only natural lake in Texas. The water controlling authority is the US Army Corp of Engineers.

Brandy Branch Reservoir is in Harrison county, 10 miles east of Longview. The lake is 1,242 acres with maximum depth 50 feet. The water controlling authority is American Electric Power.

We hope this information assists you in your Texas searches. Although we do not sell properties in every one of these areas, we do know knowledgeable agents who do. Feel free to contact us any time for more information. If we have a search created on this page, we have knowledge about the area.

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