National Forests & Grasslands in Texas, TX
US Forest Service
Located in east Texas, the National Forests in Texas are comprised of the Angelina, Davy Crockett, Sabine, and Sam Houston National Forests, and the Caddo-Lyndon B. Johnson National Grasslands in northeast Texas. There are 25 developed recreation areas, five scenic areas, five wilderness areas, a canoe trail, off-road vehicle trails, 52 miles of horse trails and four hiking trails totalling 185 miles. East Texas lies in the path of warblers, vireos, and other species of neotropical migrants, so spring migration can be great. The Crockett and Sam Houston National Forests are located where the pine forests of the southeastern US join the blackland prairies of central Texas. The result is a marvelous mix of eastern and western species of birds and other wildlife found nowhere else in the state. The Sabine and Angelina National Forests are located on the shores of Toledo Bend and Sam Rayburn Reservoirs, two large east Texas lakes featuring fishing and other water sports. Welcome Y'all!
Address:2221 N. Raguet Street
Phone: (936) 639-8501
Directions:Contact the address below for directions to one of the National Forests in Texas.