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Cassels-Boykin County Park

Cassels Boykin is a beautiful park located along the mid-lake region of Lake Sam Rayburn. This park is popular with local fisherman because of its accessibility to so many great fishing areas. It is also a wonderful venue for a wedding, family reunion, or fishing tournament because of the new Dr. Bill and Emily Shelton Pavilion. The view of the lake is also spectacular and provides a very relaxing atmosphere for the family campout or picnic. Cassels Boykin is the fastest growing park on the lake, so be sure to call ahead to learn about the all improvements to be made.

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Cassels Boykin County Park
From Lufkin take US Highway 69 south for 18 miles to Zavalla. Take a left at the blinking yellow light in Zavalla unto State Highway 63/147. Take a left unto State Highway 147 and travel approximately 6 miles. Turn left unto Farm-to-Market Road 3123 and continue straight until you reach the park
Zavalla
35 — 18 sites with picnic table and tent pad available only during the summer months
15 sites with water and 30 amp capacity; 2 sites with water and 50 amp capacity
Restrooms, Climate Controlled Dressing Room, Pavilion (can accommodate 400 people), 9 Boat Ramps, Courtesy Pier
Camp Fees:
RV Camping: $20 per night for Water and Electricity; Primitive Camping: $10.00 per night (limited to the Summer Months)
Angelina County Parks
Cassels Boykin County Park
P.O. Box 908
Lufkin, TX 75902
(936) 671-5152
http://casselboykinpark.com
jkartye@angelinacounty.net

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Jackson Hill Marina

Stunning Sam Rayburn Lake forms the backdrop for your next fishing and camping vacation! Enjoy incredible fishing for bass, crappie and catfish surrounded by National Forest. Bald eagles are a common site along with deer, river otters and a spectacular array of other birds and wildlife. A wonderful rustic lodge with wrap around porch and plenty of rocking chairs is also a relaxing treat. Jackson Hill is becoming known as the ultimate bed and breakfast in a near wilderness setting. You can just sit out on the porch and watch nature all around you. A walk around the paved sections of the park is 4 miles; there is swimming, volleyball, and a private pavilion available. Once you get to Jackson Hill you know you‘re going to treasure the experience.

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Leased Parks on Rayburn
From Lufkin take US Highway 69 south for 18 miles to Zavalla. Take a left at the blinking yellow light in Zavalla unto State Highway 63/147. Take a left unto State Highway 147 and travel approximately 10 miles across the long bridge. Turn left unto Farm-to-Market Road 2851 and continue straight until you reach the park
Broaddus
0 — Jackson Hill Marina has a variety of camping opportunities. Visitors can enjoy primitive camping, Recreational Vehicle (RV) camping (both 30 amp and 50 amp capacities), cabins of various sizes, and a lodge for larger groups. The number of these sites that are available may change seasonally, and therefore visitors should call ahead to inquire about what is available.
Large Marina Complex; Restaurant and Groceries; Showers and Restrooms; Group Shelter; Day Use Area; Swimming Area; Dump Station; Boat Ramps; Volleyball; Hiking Trails
Camp Fees:
Fees vary between accommodations and are subject to change. So call ahead to get up to date information about desired experience
Alabama Creek Wildlife Management Area
415 S. First St., Suite 110
Lufkin, TX 75901
(936) 639-8544
http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/huntwild/hunt/wma/find_a_wma/list/?id=25

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Powell Park Camping Resort & Marina

Powell Park Camping Resort and Marina is situated in a spectacular pine forest on beautiful Lake Sam Rayburn. The campground has thousands of feet of sugar sand lake front and beaches that have an ocean like feel! With Lake Sam Rayburn being a prized fishing and recreation lake this park has created a resort to take full advantage of it. There is something for everyone at Powell Park, whether you enjoy fishing, camping, bird watching, laying in the sun, or playing in the water, you are sure to have a great time!

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Leased Parks on Rayburn
Travels east from Lufkin on State Highway 103 for approximately 31 miles. Turn right heading south on Farm-to-Market Road 705 and travel approximately 20 miles. Then take a left and travel into the park.
Broaddus
0 — Powell Park Camping Resort & Marina has a variety of camping opportunities. Visitors can enjoy primitive camping, Recreational Vehicle (RV) camping (both 30 amp and 50 amp capacities), cabins of various sizes, and a lodge for larger groups. The number of these sites that are available may change seasonally, and therefore visitors should call ahead to inquire about what is available.
Aqua Play Zone that includes a trampoline, obstacle course, and 17 foot slide; Large Marina Complex; Restaurant and Grocery Store/Bait Shop; Showers and Restrooms; Group Shelter; Day Use Area; Swimming Area; Dump Station; Boat Ramps; Volleyball; Basketball; Horseshoe Pits
Camp Fees:
Fees vary between accommodations and are subject to change. So call ahead to get up to date information about desired experience
Alabama Creek Wildlife Management Area
415 S. First St., Suite 110
Lufkin, TX 75901
(936) 639-8544
http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/huntwild/hunt/wma/find_a_wma/list/?id=25

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Shirley Creek Marina

Shirley Creek provides guests a magnificent place to create lasting memories with family and friends. With 34 acres of parkland, log cabins, RV and tent sites, marina with open and covered boat slip rentals, and fishing areas you are sure to keep busy. Nestled among the pines of East Texas just outside Etoile on FM 226. You‘d be hard pressed to find a more picturesque landscape.

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Leased Parks on Rayburn
From Lufkin take State Highway 103 for 20 miles to Etoile. Turn right heading south on Farm-to-Market Road 226 and travel to the end of the road until you enter the park.
Etoile
0 — Shirley Creek Marina has a variety of camping opportunities. Visitors can enjoy primitive camping, Recreational Vehicle (RV) camping, and cabins of various sizes. The number of these sites that are available may change seasonally, and therefore visitors should call ahead to inquire about what is available.
Large Marina Complex; Showers and Restrooms; Day Use Area; Dump Station; Boat Ramps
Camp Fees:
Fees vary between accommodations and are subject to change. So call ahead to get up to date information about desired experience
Alabama Creek Wildlife Management Area
415 S. First St., Suite 110
Lufkin, TX 75901
(936) 639-8544
http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/huntwild/hunt/wma/find_a_wma/list/?id=25

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Mission Tejas State Park

Mission Tejas State Park is a gorgeous campground that is nestled in the towering pine and hardwood trees of East Texas. This campground is rich with history that spans several hundred years and multiple cultural eras which include the Native Americans, the Spanish & Anglo Explorers, and the Civilian Conservation Corp (CCC). There are many different hiking trails that will take you throughout the park to allow opportunities to view the abundance of flora and fauna. The small pond within the park offers chances to view wildlife as well, but if it is fishing you like best, you can do that too. Mission Tejas State Park is a wonderful place to relax and get back to nature!

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Texas Parks and Wildlife Department - State Parks
Take U.S Highway 69 N out of Lufkin for 28 miles until you reach Alto. Turn left in Alto unto State Highway 21and travel for roughly 12 miles to Weches. Turn right unto State Park Road 44 and continue until you reach the campground
Alto
18 — 2 sites with water hookups; 10 sites with water & electricity hookups; 5 sites with water, electricity, and sewer hookups
1 site that can accommodate 32. Has 3 tables, 2 waist high grills, and a large stone fire ring
Restrooms & Showers, State Park Store, Dump Station, Playground, Group Picnic Area (can accommodate approximately 100 people), Hiking Trails, Historical Landmarks
Camp Fees:
$9.00 Water hookups only; $13.00 per night or $78.00 per week for Water & Electric hookups; $15.00 per night or $90.00 per week for Water, electricity, and Sewer; *Applicable daily entrance fees are charged in addition to the campsite or facility fee*
8 — *The number of vehicles is restricted at some parks*
Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
120 State Park Rd. 44
Grapeland, TX 75844

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Ebenezer Park

Ebenezer Park is located on the beautiful Sam Rayburn Reservoir and is the only equestrian facility on the lake. The park is well maintained by the Army Corp of Engineers, and allows visitors to enjoy the natural surroundings while still providing modern comforts. The park offers many different types of recreation, but the most notable being the 20+ miles of equestrian trails that take riders into the adjacent Angelina National Forest to view the wonderful landscape of the Pineywoods of East Texas.

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US Army Corp of Engineer Managed Parks
Follow US Highway 69 for 18 miles, then turn left on State Highway 63 and continue for 18 miles. Turn left onto Recreation Rd 255 and travel 3.2 miles before turning left on CR 335B. You will see a sign for the park
Jasper
30 — 17 sites with tent pad, picnic table, and fire ring
7 sites with 30 amp capacity; 6 sites with 50 amp capacity
Special Events Hall (can accommodate approximately 75-100 people), Swimming Beach, Restrooms, Showers, Dump Station, and an Equestrian Trail (1.5 miles on Corps Land plus 20+ miles on Angelina National Forest). There are also 13 Corals and Hitching Posts at the 13 Equestrian campsites (1-13) *All within a short distance from campsites*
Camp Fees:
30 amp sites are $26.00 per night; 50 amp sites are $28.00 per night
10 — 2 vehicles plus sleeping unit
U.S. Army Corp of Engineers
Rt. 3 Box 486
Jasper, TX 75951
(409) 384-5716

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Hanks Creek Park

Hanks Creek is a highly developed park that is a great place to take the family and enjoy the beautiful setting of Lake Sam Rayburn. With two separate areas; one for day use only, and one for camping, Hanks Creek is sure to offer something for everyone. One of the best aspects of this park is the fact that it is great for larger events such as family reunions or birthday parties. With a group shelter surrounded by playing fields there is plenty of room, and with the camping area separate you can still enjoy the wonderful sounds of nature as you take a load off.

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US Army Corp of Engineer Managed Parks
From Lufkin, take US Hwy 69 south 6 miles to Huntington, turn left on FM 1669 and then turn right on FM 2109 and travel 10 miles to FM 2801. Turn east on FM 2801, two miles to the park entrance. Follow signs into the campground.
Zavalla
40
35 sites with 30 amp capacity, and water hookups; 5 sites with 50 amp capacity, and water hookups. Has 5 RV sites combined with an open group shelter.
Restroom & Shower Facilities, Dump Station, Boat Launch (2 lanes), Courtesy Dock, Playground, and Volleyball Court; *All within a short distance from campsites, and are for campers use only*

Screened Shelters: 8 sites with adjacent RV sites that have a 50 amp capacity and water hookup; *There is a limit of 10 people per site for all sites except for the group camping area which accommodates 50 people*
Camp Fees:
30 amp sites are $26.00 per night; 50 amp sites are $28.00 per night; Group Camping Area is $150 per day; Screened Shelters are $38 per night; Extra Vehicle Fee of $4.00.

Day Use Area:The Day Use Area is separate from the Camping Area. Day Use facilities close to the public at dark, but the boat ramp remains open 24 hours a day. Restrooms, Swim Beach, Boat Launch (2 lane), Courtesy Dock, Group Shelter (can accommodate approximately 100 people), Picnic Sites, Playground, Volleyball Courts, and Soccer Fields.
— 2 vehicles plus sleeping unit
U.S. Army Corp of Engineers
Rt. 3 Box 486
Jasper, TX 75951
(409) 384-5716

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Mill Creek Park

Mill Creek Park is a wonderful place to take the family for a weekend getaway, or even extended vacations. There are activities for everyone in the family to enjoy. Visitors can decide to go swimming at the swim beach, relax and take in the beauty of Sam Rayburn, or get up early to set out to catch a 5 lb. bass. Whatever your idea of camping and enjoying the outdoors may be, Mill Creek Park can accommodate your tastes.

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US Army Corp of Engineer Managed Parks
From Lufkin, take State Highway 103 west 37.3 miles to US Hwy 96, turn right and travel 19.2 miles to Brookeland, then loop 149 to Spur 165. Go west one mile to the entrance
Jasper
103
53 sites with 30 amp capacity, and water hookups; 50 sites with 50 amp capacity, and water hookups
Group Shelter (can accommodate approximately 50 people), Restroom & Shower Facilities, Boat Launch (2 lanes), Dump Station, Playground, Volleyball Court, and Swim Beach *All within a short distance from campsites*
Camp Fees:
30 amp sites are $26.00 per night; 50 amp sites are $28.00 per night
10 — 2 vehicles plus sleeping unit
U.S. Army Corp of Engineers
Rt. 3 Box 486
Jasper, TX 75951
(409) 384-5716

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Rayburn Park

The views from Rayburn Park are the most beautiful on all of Lake Sam Rayburn. This secluded park is the best place to just come and unwind from the day to day. Whether you come just to picnic for the day, or are planning to camp out for several days, you will undoubtedly feel your worries lifted away while you are surrounded by this natural environment. Fishing is also really good in this region of the lake, so be sure to bring your gear and be ready for a fight!

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US Army Corp of Engineer Managed Parks
From Lufkin, take State Highway 103 west 31.4 miles, then go south on FM 705 for 19.9 miles to FM 3127, then west for 1.5 miles and make a left into the park entrance
Pineland
42 — 20 sites with tent pad, picnic table, and fire ring
15 back-in sites with 30 amp capacity, and water hookups; 7 pull-through sites with 50 amp capacity, and water hookups
Restroom & Shower Facilities, Dump Station, Boat Launch, 4 Day Use Picnic Sites, and Playground; *All within a short distance from campsites*
Camp Fees:
Non-electric sites $14.00 per night; 30 amp sites are $26.00 per night; 50 amp sites are $28.00 per night
10 — 2 vehicles plus sleeping unit
U.S. Army Corp of Engineers
Rt. 3 Box 486
Jasper, TX 75951
(409) 384-5716

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San Augustine Park

San Augustine Park is a beautiful campground that is nestled amongst the pines along Ayish Bayou. This park is sure to fill the nature lovers‘ appetite with the abundance of opportunities to experience and learn about the native and migratory flora and fauna. The park offers a 1.1 mile interpretive trail that details the bird and mammal species that can be seen in the park, and provides access to numerous migratory bird species that travel along the Central and Mississippi flyways on their way to the Gulf of Mexico.

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US Army Corp of Engineer Managed Parks
From Lufkin, take State Highway 103 west 35.3 miles to FM 1751. Turn right and travel 14.8 miles to the park entrance
Pineland
95 — 6 sites with water, 30 amp electricity, tent pad, picnic table, and fire ring
89 sites with 30 amp capacity, and water hookups
Group Shelter (can accommodate approximately 50 people), Restroom & Shower Facilities, Boat Launch (4 lanes), Dump Station, Playground, Volleyball Court, Basketball Court, 1.1 mile Interpretive Trail, and Swim Beach; *All within a short distance from campsites*
Camp Fees:
Tent Only Sites are $16.00; 30 amp sites are $26.00 per night;
10 — 2 vehicles plus sleeping unit
U.S. Army Corp of Engineers
Rt. 3 Box 486
Jasper, TX 75951
(409) 384-5716

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Twin Dikes Park

Twin Dikes Park is a boater‘s paradise!!! With all the modern comforts and great access to the lake, visitors are sure to have a memorable experience. Visitors can take in the beautiful view from the shoreline, or they can get out on the water to enjoy fishing, boating, jet-skiing, or just basking in the sun. Whatever, "floats your boat", you can find it at Twin Dikes Park, but even if water recreation is not your thing, visitors can still enjoy learning about the native vegetation of East Texas along the 1.4 mile Interpretive Trail at the park.

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US Army Corp of Engineer Managed Parks
Follow US Highway 69 for 18 miles, then turn left on State Highway 63 and continue for 18 miles. Turn left onto Recreation Rd 255 and travel 8 miles to the park
Jasper
40 — 27 sites with tent pad, picnic table, and fire ring
6 sites with 30 amp capacity, and water hookups; 4 sites with 30 amp capacity, water & sewer hookups; 3 sites with 50 amp capacity, and water hookups
Group Shelter (can accommodate approximately 30 people), Boat Launch (8 total lanes), Hiking/Interpretive Trail, Restrooms, Showers, and Dump Station. Sam Rayburn Marina Resort that is also adjacent to the park. *All within a short distance from campsites*

Screened Shelters: 3 sites with 30 amp capacity, water & sewer hookups
Camp Fees:
Non-electric sites $14.00 per night; 30 amp sites are $26.00 per night; 30 amp with sewer are $28.00 per night; 50 amp sites are $28.00 per night
10 — 2 vehicles plus sleeping unit
U.S. Army Corp of Engineers
Rt. 3 Box 486
Jasper, TX 75951
(409) 384-5716

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Bouton Lake

Bouton Lake Campground is a hidden jewel located on the southern border of the Angelina National Forest. This primitive campground allows visitors to hike amongst beautiful bottomland hardwood and cypress trees, fish and swim in the lake, and view an abundance of wildlife species that are active in the area. Bouton Lake is partly owned by the US Forest Service, but the west end of the lake is privately owned. So if you�re trying to get fish to take the bait, be sure not to impose on the property rights of the adjacent landowners.

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US Forest Service Managed Parks
Follow US Highway 69 for 18 miles, then turn left on State Highway 63 and continue for 7 miles. Then turn right heading south on Forest Service Road 303 for 7 miles until it dead ends into the campground.
Zavalla
7 — 7 dispersed primitive sites with tent pad, picnic table, lantern post, and fire ring
Vault Toilets *Within a short distance from campsites*
Camp Fees:
Free
U.S. Forest Service
Angelina National Forest
111 Walnut Ridge Road
Zavalla, TX 75980

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Boykin Springs

Boykin Springs campground is a wonderful place to take the family to connect them with the Pineywoods of East Texas. This beautiful campground was built by the Civilian Conservation Corp in 1938, and provides many activities to meet your recreational needs. The campground surrounds a man-made spring-fed lake, and offers great opportunities to view longleaf pine ecosystems and the endangered Red Cockaded Woodpecker. It is also the beginning of the Sawmill Hiking Trail that takes visitors along a beautiful sandy creek all the way to the Neches River bottom. This trail eventually leads to the Old Aldridge Sawmill which will make you wonder what life use to be like in the logging days of East Texas.

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US Forest Service Managed Parks
Follow US Highway 69 for 18 miles, then turn left on State Highway 63 and continue for 10.5 miles. Then turn right heading south on Forest Service Road 313 for 2.5 miles.
Zavalla
17 — 17 total sites with tent pad, picnic table, lantern post, and fire ring; * These sites can accommodate Tent Camping and Recreational Vehicles (RV)
* RVs cannot exceed 24‘ and there are no electricity, water, or sewer hookups (Dump Stations)
Drinking Water, Flush & Vault Toilets, Hot Showers, Historic CCC Shelter that can accommodate 74 people (no electricity available); *All within a short distance from campsites*
Camp Fees:
$6.00 per campsite per night; $25.00 per day shelter rental
U.S. Forest Service
Angelina National Forest
111 Walnut Ridge Road
Zavalla, TX 75980

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Caney Creek

Caney Creek Recreation Area is located on the beautiful Lake Sam Rayburn Reservoir. The campground is surrounded by towering pines and scattered hardwoods making it an ideal place to relax in the great outdoors. There are plenty opportunities to view bird and wildlife species, cruise the lake with access to a concrete boat ramp, or enjoy a beautiful sunset.

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US Forest Service Managed Parks
Follow US Highway 69 for 18 miles, then turn left on State Highway 63 and continue for 6 miles. Then turn left on FM 2743 and travel 6 miles before turning left again heading north on Forest Service Road 336 for 1 mile until it dead ends into the campground.
Zavalla
26 — 26 total sites with tent pad, picnic table, lantern post, and fire ring; * These sites can accommodate Tent Camping and Recreational Vehicles (RV)
* RVs cannot exceed 24‘ and there are no electricity, water, or sewer hookups (Dump Stations)
Vault Toilets * Within a short distance from campsites*; Concrete Boat Ramp & Parking Area; Amphitheater; Drinking Water is Available near campsites
Camp Fees:
$10.00 per campsite per night
U.S. Forest Service
Angelina National Forest
111 Walnut Ridge Road
Zavalla, TX 75980

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Neches Bluff Overlook

The Neches Bluff Overlook is a tucked away little treasure that is a perfect place to just relax and enjoy the beautiful East Texas Landscape. This is a really unique campground because of the steep terrain. You can either look out over the Neches River bottomlands, or you can hike along the beginning of the 4-C hiking trail that traverses the steep slopes. This is what is considered a dispersed campground meaning there are limited facilities, but if a primitive camping experience is what you are looking for then the Neches Bluff Overlook campground is the place for you!

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US Forest Service Managed Parks
Take U.S Highway 69 N out of Lufkin for 28 miles until you reach Alto. Turn left in Alto unto State Highway 21and travel for roughly 8.5 miles. Turn left unto Forest Service Road 511, then take the first left unto Forest Service Road 511-A and continue until you reach the campground
Alto
0 — This is a dispersed camping campground so there are no designated camping sites
Vault Toilet, Scenic Overlook, Trailhead for the 4C Hiking Trail
Camp Fees:
None
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U.S. Forest Service
Angelina National Forest
111 Walnut Ridge Road
Zavalla, TX 75980

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Piney Creek Horse Camp

The Piney Creek Horse Camp is a great place to begin or end a long trail ride with family and friends. This developed campground will provide visitors with all the amenities they need to give themselves and their horses� time to enjoy the East Texas landscape. This camp is tucked away in the Pineywoods and will give visitors the chance to tell stories about the "good ole‘ days", or even the memories made on their latest trail ride. The wildlife is quite abundant in this area as well, so be sure to keep your head up, eyes open, and ears fixed because you never know what you might see or hear coming around the corner.

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US Forest Service Managed Parks
From Lufkin, take State Highway 103 west for 12 miles until it merges into State Highway 7. Continue straight on Hwy 7 for approximately 13 miles to Kennard. Then turn left at the Kennard Post Office on County Road 4625. Go 2.5 miles until you see the Piney Creek Horse Camp sign. Turn right and travel 1 mile until you enter the campground.
Kennard
24
Vault Toilets, Loading Ramp and Hitching Rails, Gravel Parking Area Drinking water is available on site; *Within a short distance from camping area*
Camp Fees:
$10.00 per day/vehicle; * The $10.00 fee will cover camping at either of the two campgrounds, and use of the trail for a day *; ** An annual permit of $50.00 per vehicle can be purchased and is valid from January-December **
U.S. Forest Service
Angelina National Forest
111 Walnut Ridge Road
Zavalla, TX 75980

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Ratcliff Lake Recreation Area

Ratcliff Lake Recreation Area is a crown jewel for the East Texas region. This campground is beautiful in the Spring when the Dogwood trees are blooming, and is breathtaking in the Fall when the leaves are changing colors. It is the perfect family get-away. There are plenty of amenities to suit everyone in your party. You can hike, swim, fish, or rent canoes, but when it gets too hot, you can cool down with an ice-cream from the concession stand too. This campground welcomes large groups who either need a place for just a day or a whole weekend, and if hiking is more your taste, then Ratcliff Lake is a must visit destination. It has many day hikes through the surrounding forest and is the beginning of the 4-C hiking trail that traverses 20 miles through the Davy Crockett National Forest and the Big Slough Wilderness Area. So if it is an East Texas camping experience you are looking for, then be sure to check out Ratcliff Lake Recreation Area because it is sure to fit your needs and expectations.

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US Forest Service Managed Parks
From Lufkin, take State Highway 103 west for 12 miles until it merges into State Highway 7. Continue heading west on HWY 7 and travel 12 more miles before turning right into the campground.
Kennard
72 — 30 sites with tent pad, picnic table, and fire ring; 42 sites with tent pad, picnic table, and fire ring
28 of the sites are suited with 30 amp capacity, water, and sewer hook-up. Designed for Churches, Scouts, and other Organizations
Drinking Water, Flush Toilets, Hot Showers; Gravel Boat Ramp (Non-motorized Use Only), and Boat and Canoe Rentals; Group shelter that will accommodate approximately 50 people; Hiking Trails, Amphitheater, Fishing Platform, Concession Stand; Dump Station; *All within a short distance from campsites*
Camp Fees:
Full-Hookups: $20.00 per day; Electrical: $15.00 per day; Non-Electrical: $10.00 per day; Group Camping: $1.00 per person per day, plus $3.00 per vehicle per day; *If you hold an Interagency Senior/Access or Golden Age/Access you can take $5.00 off the price per campsite*
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U.S. Forest Service
Angelina National Forest
111 Walnut Ridge Road
Zavalla, TX 75980

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Sandy Creek

Sandy Creek Recreation Area is located on Lake Sam Rayburn Reservoir and has steep bluffs that allow visitors to look out and enjoy the beautiful scenery around the lake. The campground is surrounded by towering pines and scattered hardwoods making it a nice place to relax and view wildlife. The park also has a concrete boat ramp and group pavilion for all your outdoor family events.

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US Forest Service Managed Parks
Follow US Highway 69 for 18 miles, then turn left on State Highway 63 and continue for 14.5 miles. Then turn left heading north on Forest Service Road 333 for 2.5 miles until it dead ends into the campground.
Zavalla
10 — 10 total sites with tent pad, picnic table, lantern post, and fire ring; * These sites can accommodate Tent Camping and Recreational Vehicles (RV)
* RVs cannot exceed 24 feet and there are no electricity, water, or sewer hookups (Dump Stations)
Vault Toilets & Portable Toilets * Within a short distance from campsites*; Concrete Boat Ramp & Parking Area; Group shelter that will accommodate approximately 20 people; Drinking Water is NOT Available on site
Camp Fees:
Free
U.S. Forest Service
Angelina National Forest
111 Walnut Ridge Road
Zavalla, TX 75980

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Townsend Recreation Area

Townsend Recreation Area is a beautiful campground that is adjacent to the Bannister Wildlife Management Area. The area is surrounded by mature hardwoods, as well as large pines that provide shade and wildlife habitat. There are campsites on top of a hill, as well as sites that line the shoreline of Lake Sam Rayburn. Visitors will find facilities that include a concrete boat launch, camp sites, a picnic area, and a group pavilion.

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US Forest Service Managed Parks
Follow State Highway 103 east from Lufkin for 25 miles. Then turn right heading south on FM 1277 and travel 2.5 miles before turning right again heading east on FM 2923 for 1.5 miles until it dead ends into the campground.
Broaddus
0 — 8 primitive sites with tent pad, picnic table, lantern post, and fire ring
Portable Toilets * Within a short distance from campsites*; Concrete Boat Ramp & Parking Area; Group shelter that will accommodate approximately 50 people; Driving Water is NOT available on site
Camp Fees:
$3.00 per vehicle per day; $30.00 per day shelter rental
San Augustine County

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(936) 275-2424

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White Rock Horse Camp

The White Rock Horse Camp can be the beginning, ending, or the stopping point in the middle of the long 53 mile trail ride. What this camp lacks in amenities, it makes up for in splendor. This open grassy field offers visitors the chance to view millions of stars as they lay out on their bedrolls after a long day of riding. It also offers great chances to see wildlife that step out of the dense woods to stretch their legs. Visitors can be certain that the feeling of a long standing tradition of riding horses through the East Texas landscape will endure as they tell stories and jokes around a well stoked campfire.

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US Forest Service Managed Parks
From Lufkin, take State Highway 103 west for 12 miles until it merges into State Highway 7. Continue straight on Hwy 7 for approximately 19 miles, then turn south on Forest Service Rd 514 and travel 10 miles to the White Rock Horse Camp on Forest Service Rd 514-D. Turn right and travel until you enter the campground
Kennard
0 — Open field with no designated camping spots
Vault Toilets, Drinking water is NOT available at this site; *Within a short distance from camping area*
Camp Fees:
$10.00 per day/vehicle; * The $10.00 fee will cover camping at either of the two campgrounds, and use of the trail for a day *; ** An annual permit of $50.00 per vehicle can be purchased and is valid from January-December **
U.S. Forest Service
Angelina National Forest
111 Walnut Ridge Road
Zavalla, TX 75980

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