Added by sophie waller

The water is clear and cool and deep and the sights are absolutely breathtaking.

Just north of Huntsville and Houston, Texas, the Blue Lagoon is the perfect place to cool off and watch the sunlight reflect off the water. There is also a great opportunity to walk through the wooded area behind the  lake and take some pictures of the trees and the water. This is really a lovely place to hang out and very secluded if you don't go on busy days.

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