Located on the Texas/Mexico border, just outside Zapata, Texas, Falcon Lake has long been a favorite destination for fishermen, birders and watersport enthusiasts. The 60-mile Falcon Dam, which terminates in Guerrero, Mexico, was dedicated in 1953. From that point until present day, Falcon Lake has been one of the most popular inland bodies of water in the Lone Star State.
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|Falcon Lake||Falcon Lake State Park||Map of Falcon Lake||Statue Atop Falcon Dam|
|Rio Grande River Below Falcon Dam||Fishermen on Falcon Lake||Hawk at Falcon Lake||Falcon Dam|
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